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Ceiling Cassette

(60Hz/R22)
6CST2-01A

Ceiling Cassette
Introduction

Part 1 General information


1. Model line up .....................................................................................10
1.1 Indoor units ............................................................................................................10
2.2 Outdoor units..........................................................................................................11

2. Nomenclature ....................................................................................12
2.1 Global standard......................................................................................................12
2.2 Decoration panel(For ceiling cassette models) ......................................................12

3. List of functions ................................................................................13


4. Features .............................................................................................15
5. Control system(accessory)..............................................................18
5.1 Individual control system........................................................................................18
5.2 Central control system............................................................................................18
5.3 Control device ........................................................................................................18

Ceiling Cassette

Part 2 Product data


1. Indoor units.......................................................................................21
1.1 Ceiling cassette 4-way............................................................................................21

2. Outdoor units....................................................................................52
2.1 Single piping type ...................................................................................................52

Ceiling Cassette

Part 3 Design and installation


1. General installation guidelines......................................................102
1.1 Installation process & guidelines .................................................................102
1.2 Checking the drawing ...................................................................................103
1.3 Application guidelines ...................................................................................104

2. Guideline for each installation process........................................107


2.1 Sleeve and inserting work.............................................................................107
2.2 Refrigerant piping work.................................................................................109
2.3 Drain piping work .........................................................................................119
2.4 Insulation work..............................................................................................125
2.5 Electrical work ..............................................................................................129
2.6 Air tight test...................................................................................................131
2.7 Vacuum drying..............................................................................................135
2.8 Additional charge of refrigerant.....................................................................140
2.9 Trial test run operation ..................................................................................141

3. Installation of indoor unit ..............................................................143


3.1 Safety precautions ........................................................................................143
3.2 Ceiling cassette 4-way ..................................................................................148

4. Installation of outdoor Unit ...........................................................158


4.1 Safety precautions ........................................................................................158
4.2 Introduction ...................................................................................................164
4.3 Foundation....................................................................................................165
4.4 Settlement of the outdoor unit.......................................................................166
4.5 Selection of the best location........................................................................167
4.6 Clearance space...........................................................................................168
4.7 Outdoor unit piping .......................................................................................171
4.8 Outdoor unit installation requirements ..........................................................172
4.9 Outdoor unit cabin ........................................................................................175
4.10 Installation guide at the seaside .................................................................177

Ceiling Cassette

6CST2-01A

Introduction

Introduction
Preface
New era brings more sophisticated and advanced buildings which in turn demands for specialized and optimized direct
expansion air conditioning systems. Also energy efficiency, environment friendliness, low noise and low maintenance are
the features which are essential for these systems.
As a part of vertical integration LG makes all the key components in house, which gives us an edge to make better and latest technology products with best quality in optimized time.
Ceiling cassette installed in the ceiling is popularly used for various places. It has nice outlook and is equipped with many
special features.
This engineering product data book incorporates information about the product itself, and installation, designing for ceiling
cassette.
The comprehensive study of this book will improve your knowledge about the system and its application in detail.

LG Electronics Inc.
Air Conditioning Division

General information

Ceiling Cassette

Introduction

6CST2-01A

Publication history
Pub. No. Frequency Category

6CST2-01A

60Hz

CAC

Type

Single

Product name

Ceiling cassette

Refrigerant

Models

Notes

Published in

R22

LT-C182QLE0
LT-C242PLE0
LT-C302PLE0
LT-C362NLE0
LT-C482MLE0
LT-C602MLE0
LT-H182QLE0
LT-H242PLE0
LT-H302PLE0
LT-H362NLE0
LT-H482MLE0
LT-H602MLE0

New edition

Jun.2008

Ceiling Cassette

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Introduction

Step by step air conditioner selection process (reference)


(1)

Calculate or obtain the maximum heat load for the area(s) to be air conditioned

Indoor unit specifications .......................................................................................p. 30

(2)

Outdoor unit specifications ....................................................................................p. 59


Capacity coefficient factor ......................................................................................p. 96
Air flow and temperature distribution....................................................................p. 48

Selection of the control system

(3)

Control wiring method ......................................................................................p. 174


Make referene to the Multi PDB (P/No. 3828A20576B)

Electrical wiring
Electrical characteristics .....................................................................................p. 98

(4)

Field wiring
..........................................................................................................p. 156

CAUTION

1. Air conditioners should not be installed in areas where corrosive gases, such as acid gas
or alkaline gas, are produced.
2. If the outdoor unit is installed close to the sea shore, direct exposure to the sea breeze
should be avoided and choose an outdoor unit with anti-corrosion treatment.

General information

Ceiling Cassette

6CST2-01A

Ceiling Cassette

General information

Part 1 General information


1. Model line up .........................................................................................10
1.1 Indoor units .................................................................................................................10
2.2 Outdoor units...............................................................................................................11

2. Nomenclature ........................................................................................12
2.1 Global standard...........................................................................................................12
2.2 Decoration panel(For ceiling cassette models) ...........................................................12

3. List of functions ....................................................................................13


4. Features .................................................................................................15
5. Control system(accessory)..................................................................18
5.1 Individual control system.............................................................................................18
5.2 Central control system ................................................................................................18
5.3 Control device .............................................................................................................18

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Ceiling Cassette

Model line up

6CST2-01A

1. Model line up
1.1 Indoor Units
Category

Type

Ceiling
cassette

4-way

Category

Type

Ceiling
cassette

4-way

Category

Type

Ceiling
cassette

4-way

Category

Type

Ceiling
cassette

4-way

10

Model names
Capacity, kW(kBtu/h)
5.28(18)

Chassis

LT-C182QLE0
LT-H182QLE0

TQ

Model names
Capacity, kW(kBtu/h)
7.06(24.1)
8.79(30)

Chassis

TP

LT-C242PLE0
LT-H242PLE0

LT-C302PLE0
LT-H302PLE0

Model names
Capacity, kW(kBtu/h)
10.55(36)

Chassis

LT-C362NLE0
LT-H362NLE0

TN

Model names
Capacity, kW(kBtu/h)
14.06(48)
17.58(60)

Chassis

TM

Ceiling Cassette

LT-C482MLE0
LT-H482MLE0

LT-C602MLE0
LT-H602MLE0

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Model line up

1.2 Outdoor Units


Model name
No. of connectable indoor units
Total capacity index of connectable
indoor units
Power supply

LT-C182QLE0
LT-H182QLE0

LT-C242PLE0

5.28
18

7.06
24.1

LT-H242PLE0

LT-C302PLE0
LT-H302PLE0

7.06
24.1

8.79
30

LT-H482MLE0

LT-C602MLE0
LT-H602MLE0

14.06
48

17.58
60

1
kW
kBtu/h

1, 220V, 60Hz

Chassis

Model name
No. of connectable indoor units
Total capacity index of connectable
indoor units
Power supply

LT-C362NLE0
LT-H362NLE0

LT-C482MLE0

10.55
36

14.06
48

1
kW
kBtu/h

1, 220V, 60Hz

Chassis

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Ceiling Cassette

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Nomenclature

6CST2-01A

2. Nomenclature
2.1 Global standard
LT - C 2 4

Serial number
Function
E : Elevation Grille

Decoration Panel
L : Basic panel

Chassis name
P : TP Chassis N : TN Chassis M : TM Chassis

Q:TQ Chassis

Electric rating
2 : 220V, 60Hz, 1

Cooling/heating capacity
Ex) 24,000 Btu/h '24'
34,000 Btu/h '34'

Model type
C : Cooling only
H : Heat Pump

Type of air conditioner


LT : Ceiling cassette using R22

2.2 Decoration panel(For ceiling cassette models)


P T - U M C
Functions
Indoor unit chassis
Model type
Decoration panel of ceiling cassette type indoor unit

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List of functions

3. List of functions
3.1 Indoor Units
Category

Ceiling Cassette
4-way

Function

Air supply outlet


Airflow direction control(left & right)
Airflow direction control(up & down)
Auto swing(left & right)
Auto swing(up & down)
Air flow
Airflow steps(fan/cool/heat)
Chaos swing
Chaos wind(auto wind)
Jet cool(Power wind)
Swirl wind
Deodorizing filter
Air purifying Plasma air purifier
Prefilter(washable / anti-fungus)
Drain pump
E.S.P. control
Installation
Electric heater(operation)
High ceiling operation
Hot start
Reliability
Self diagnosis
Soft dry operation
Auto changeover
Auto cleaning
Auto operation(artificial intelligence)
Auto restart operation
Child lock
Convenience
Forced operation
Group control
Sleep mode
Timer(on/off)
Timer(weekly)
Two thermistor control
Standard wired remote controller
Wide Character wired remote controller
Picto wired remote controller
Deluxe wired remote controller
Individual
Simple wired remote controller
control
Wired remote controller(for hotel use)
Wireless remote controller(simple)
Wireless LCD remote control
General central controller (Non LGAP)
Dry contact
CAC network
Network Soluation(LGAP)
function
PDI(power distribution indicator)
PI 485
Zone control
Special
CTIE
function kit
Electro thermostat
Thermistor
Test function
Others
Vane Control
Auto Elevation grille

4
Auto
O
4 / 5 / 4(Cooling Only Models : 4 / 5 / -)
X
O
O
O
X
*O
O
O
O
X
O
O(Heat Pump Model Only)
O
O
O(Heat Pump Model Only)
X
O(Cooling Only)
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
PCRCUSZ0
PQRCUSA0
PQRCUDS0/PQRCUDS0B/PQRCUDS0S
PQRCUCA0
PQRCFCS0
X
PQWRCSF0
X
PQDSB/PQDSBC
O
X
PSNFP14A0
O
O
PTEGM0

O : Applied, X : Not applied, : No relation


Option: Model name & price are different according to options, and assembled in factory with main unit.
Accessory: Installed at field, ordered and purchased separately by the corresponding model name, supplied with separate package.
*: except for LT-C182QLE0/LT-H182QLE0/LT-H602MLE0

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List of functions

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3.2 Outdoor Units


Category

Ceiling Cassette
4-way

Function

Defrost / Deicing
High Pressure Switch
Low Pressure Switch
Phase protection
Reliability
Restart Delay (3-minutes)
Self Diagnosis
Soft Start
Test Function
Auto Changeover
Convenience
Auto Restart Operation
Central control(LGAP)
CAC network
PDI(Power Distribution Indicator)
function
PI485
Special function kit Low Ambient Kit
Others
Thermistor

O(Heat Pump Model Only)


O
X
X
O
O
X
X
O(Heat Pump Model Only)
O
Accessory
X
Accessory
X
-

O : Applied, X : Not applied, : No relation


Option: Model name & price are different according to options, and assembled in factory with main unit.
Accessory: Installed at field, ordered and purchased separately by the corresponding model name, supplied with separate package.

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Features

4. Features
Ceiling Cassette 4-way
Compact design and easy installation
Low noise
Hygienic and easy-to-clean filter
2-thermistor(unit body and remote controller)
Jet cool
High head drain pump(800mm(18k : 700mm))
High-ceiling corresponding operation
LCD wired remote controller
Wireless remote controller(accessory)

Compact Size
The indoor unit with slim and compact size enables
successful installation in various spaces.

(PQRCUSA0)

Convenient Installation

Hygienic and easy to clean filter

Easy installation with corner detachable decoration panel.

Washable filter is adopted.


It is easy to open grille and clean filter.

Drain leakage
check

Hanger adjust

Hanger adjust

One touch type Panel


It provides easy installation with a one-touch detachable

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Features

6CST2-01A

Wide Jet Air Flow


Improved wide and narrow vane will provide comfortable
temperature distribution without air flow dead zone.

New Cassette

Current

Even air distribution

Function to Control the Air Volume by


Ceiling Height
Control of the air intensity has been made possible by
employing a height-control algorithm for the interior fan.

Air flow dead zone


(PQRCUSA0)

installation on the
higher ceiling
Installation on the
normal-height ceiling

567mm

New

80mm Wider!!

Current

Two Thermistor Control

High head drain pump(800mm)


Built-in drain pump drains out water automatically.
A standard drain-head height of up to 800 mm is possible, providing an ideal solution for perfect water
drainage.

Max. 800
(18k : Max. 700)

300mm or less

PVC elbow

PVC

PVC
Flexible hose
Drain pump

16

There may be a significant difference between the temperature taken at the installed product and indoor temperature.
Two thermistor control provides option to control temperature by referring any of the two temperatures.With the help
of the slide switch at the back of the LCD wired remote controller,selection of the desired thermistor for controlling the
unit can be done.One thermistor is in the Indoor unit &the
other one is in the LCD wired remote.

[Unit : mm]

Common
drain pipe

Ceiling Cassette

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Features

Swirl Swing
Swirl swing distributes air evenly throughout the room to ensure a more comfortable conditioned environment by adjusting
the movement of the louvers.

Comparison of Air Flow Types (UT12~18)

LG New Cassette

4-Open(Conventional)
Vane 1

Open

Vane 2

Open

Vane 3

Open

Vane 4

Open

Time

Swirl Swing (New)

Company A

Vane 1

Close

Open

Close

Open

Close

Vane 2

Open

Close

Open

Close

Open

Vane 3

Close

Open

Close

Open

Close

Open

Close

Open
Open

Close

Open

Vane 4

Time

Vane 2

Vane 1

Vane 3

Vertical Temp. Differences Horizontal Temp. Differences

Vane 4

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Control system(accessory)

6CST2-01A

5. Control system(accessory)
5.1 Individual control system
Not available

5.2 Central control system


Item

Model name

Simple central controller

PQCSA101S0

Simple central controller


(function controller
available)

PQCSB101S0

Function controller

PQCSC101S0

Image

Applicable model

Ceiling cassette
Central controller

Deluxe central controller


(without schedule
function)

PQCSW501A0

Deluxe central controller


(with schedule
function)

PQCSW502A0

PC based central controller


(without schedule
function)

PQCSS501A0

PC based central controller


(with schedule
function)

PQCSS502A0

For detail information, refer to the "Part 4 Network solution of Multi F/FDX PDB".

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Combination

5.3 Control device


Item

BNU_LW

Model name

LonWorks
for BMS

Application model

PQNFB16A0

PDI
(Power distributor indicator)

Product
interface units

Image

PQNUD1S00

PI485

PMNFP14A0

CNU

PQNFG00A0

Ceiling cassette

PQDSA
Dry_contact
PQDSB

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Ceiling Cassette

General information

Part 2 Product data


1. Indoor units............................................................................................22
1.1 Ceiling cassette 4-way.................................................................................................22

2. Outdoor units.........................................................................................52
2.1 Single piping type ........................................................................................................52

Product data

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Features

6CST0-01A

1. Indoor unit
1.1 Ceiling cassette 4-way
1.1.1 Features
Models : LT-C182QLE0, LT-C242PLE0, LT-C302PLE0, LT-C362NLE0, LT-C482MLE0, LT-C602MLE0,
LT-H182QLE0, LT-H242PLE0, LT-H302PLE0, LT-H362NLE0, LT-H482MLE0, LT-H602MLE0

4 Vane Independent Operation

Group control

Vane angle control satisfies both users who like direct wind
or indirect wind.And also it prevents cold air draft.

1) Operation summary

- This function can be controled with new wired remote controller

- Where several products are linked, one specific control


device can control a specific number of products.
2) Specific operation
- Connecting line is linked to each of the indoor equipments
for communication. A specific control device is connected
to each of them and this control device can control the
same function.
- Group control function is enabled by cutting an optional
jump wire in the wired remote control. At this time, the
main system will not respond in order to prevent data collision.
- While executing group control command, use the random
data(0-3minutes) in the main body of indoor equipment for
limiting starting current.
- Control device can control up to 16 indoor equipments.

(PQRCUSA0)

Direct air flow

16

Indirect air flow


Remote
Controller

All vane operation

Individual vane operation

Air flow rate control

Individual vane angle


control

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Ceiling Cassette

Ceiling cassette 4 way

6CST0-01A

Features

Zero power consumption in standby mode


by adopting SMPS (Switching mode power
supply)

High ceiling operation

Power waste due to standby mode


- Power is wasted if a plug is connected to an outlet even
though the appliance is turned off.

If the height of installation is low then you can adjust low


rpm of indoor fan motor. On the other hand if the height of
the installation is high you can adjust high speed of indoor
fan motor. Selection of speed can be done by slide switch
at the back of the LCD wired remote controller.

Development of super power-saving SMPS


(Switching Mode Power Supply)
- Zero standby power by reducing 90% of standby power.

According to the height of the installation, it provides variability of indoor fan motor speed.

- No need to pull out every plug when system is not in use.

Low noise with 3-dimensional turbo fan


The most advanced low-noise design.The adoption of
turbo-fan and round type give the most quiet operation.

Air velocity distribution

ex: If ceiling height of 2.7-3m(taken as standard for the product) is


exceeded, then the slide switch is iperated in the high mode discharging air at a high volume rate and when below 2.7m, the switch is
adjusted to discharge at a lower volume rate.

Noise output measured in anechoic test


room

Built-in drain pump


A standard drain-head height of up to 800mm is possible,
creating the ideal solution for perfect water drainage.
Drain Pump

Mount Pump

Switch assembly,
Float

Max. 800
(18k : Max. 700)

300mm or less

PVC elbow

PVC
Flexible hose
Drain pump

Ceiling cassette 4 way

PVC

[Unit : mm]

Common
drain pipe

Ceiling Cassette

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List of functions

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1.1.2 List of functions


Category

Air flow

Air purifying

Installation

Reliability

Convenience

Individual control

CAC network function

Special function kit

Others

Function
Air supply outlet
Airflow direction control(left & right)
Airflow direction control(up & down)
Auto swing(left & right)
Auto swing(up & down)
Airflow steps(fan/cool/heat)
Chaos swing
Chaos wind(auto wind)
Jet cool(Power wind)
Swirl wind
Deodorizing filter
Plasma air purifier
Prefilter(washable / anti-fungus)
Drain pump
E.S.P. control
Electric heater(operation)
High ceiling operation
Hot start
Self diagnosis
Soft dry operation
Auto changeover
Auto cleaning
Auto operation(artificial intelligence)
Auto restart operation
Child lock
Forced operation
Group control
Sleep mode
Timer(on/off)
Timer(weekly)
Two thermistor control
Standard wired remote controller
Wide Character wired remote controller
Picto wired remote controller
Deluxe wired remote controller
Simple wired remote controller
Wired remote controller(for hotel use)
Wireless remote controller(simple)
Wireless LCD remote control
General central controller (Non LGAP)
Dry contact
Network Soluation(LGAP)
PDI(power distribution indicator)
PI 485
Zone control
CTIE
Electro thermostat
Thermistor
Test Function
Vane Control
Auto Elevation Grille

LT-C182QLE0

LT-H182QLE0

4
Auto
O
4/5/X
O
O
O
PTPKQ0
O
O
O
X
O
X
O
O
X
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
PCRCUSZ0

4
Auto
O
4/5/4
X
O
O
O
PTPKQ0
O
O
O
X
O
O
O
O
O
X
X
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
PCRCUSZ0

PQRCUSA0

PQRCUSA0

PQRCUDS0/PQRCUDS0B/PQRCUDS0S
PQRCUCA0
X
X
PQWRCSF0
X
PQDSB/PQDSB1/PQDSBC
O
X
PSNFP14A0
O
O
-

PQRCUDS0/PQRCUDS0B/PQRCUDS0S
PQRCUDA0
X
X
PQWRHSF0
X
PQDSB / PQDSB1 / PQDSBC
O
X
PSNFP14A0
O
O
-

Note :
O : Applied, X : Not applied, : No relation
Option: Model name & price are different according to options, and assembled in factory with main unit.
Accessory: Installed at field, ordered and purchased separately by the corresponding model name, supplied with separate package.

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Ceiling Cassette

Ceiling cassette 4 way

6CST0-01A

List of functions

Category

Air flow

Air purifying

Installation

Reliability

Convenience

Individual control

CAC network function

Special function kit

Others

Function
Air supply outlet
Airflow direction control(left & right)
Airflow direction control(up & down)
Auto swing(left & right)
Auto swing(up & down)
Airflow steps(fan/cool/heat)
Chaos swing
Chaos wind(auto wind)
Jet cool(Power wind)
Swirl wind
Deodorizing filter
Plasma air purifier
Prefilter(washable / anti-fungus)
Drain pump
E.S.P. control
Electric heater(operation)
High ceiling operation
Hot start
Self diagnosis
Soft dry operation
Auto changeover
Auto cleaning
Auto operation(artificial intelligence)
Auto restart operation
Child lock
Forced operation
Group control
Sleep mode
Timer(on/off)
Timer(weekly)
Two thermistor control
Standard wired remote controller
Wide Character wired remote controller
Picto wired remote controller
Deluxe wired remote controller
Simple wired remote controller
Wired remote controller(for hotel use)
Wireless remote controller(simple)
Wireless LCD remote control
General central controller (Non LGAP)
Dry contact
Network Soluation(LGAP)
PDI(power distribution indicator)
PI 485
Zone control
CTIE
Electro thermostat
Thermistor
Test Function
Vane Control
Auto Elevation Grille

LT-C242PLE0

LT-H242PLE0

4
Auto
O
4/5/X
O
O
O
X
PTPKM0
O
O
O
X
O
X
O
O
X
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
PCRCUSZ0

4
Auto
O
4/5/4
X
O
O
O
X
PTPKM0
O
O
O
X
O
O
O
O
O
X
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
PCRCUSZ0

PQRCUSA0

PQRCUSA0

PQRCUDS0/PQRCUDS0B/PQRCUDS0S
PQRCUCA0
X
PQWRCSF0
X
PQDSB/PQDSBC
O
X
PSNFP14A0
O
O
PTEGM0

PQRCUDS0/PQRCUDS0B/PQRCUDS0S
PQRCUCA0
X
PQWRHSF0
X
PQDSB/PQDSBC
O
X
PSNFP14A0
O
O
PTEGM0

Note :
O : Applied, X : Not applied, : No relation
Option: Model name & price are different according to options, and assembled in factory with main unit.
Accessory: Installed at field, ordered and purchased separately by the corresponding model name, supplied with separate package.

Ceiling cassette 4 way

Ceiling Cassette

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List of functions

Category

Air flow

Air purifying

Installation

Reliability

Convenience

Individual control

CAC network function

Special function kit

Others

6CST0-01A

Function
Air supply outlet
Airflow direction control(left & right)
Airflow direction control(up & down)
Auto swing(left & right)
Auto swing(up & down)
Airflow steps(fan/cool/heat)
Chaos swing
Chaos wind(auto wind)
Jet cool(Power wind)
Swirl wind
Deodorizing filter
Plasma air purifier
Prefilter(washable / anti-fungus)
Drain pump
E.S.P. control
Electric heater(operation)
High ceiling operation
Hot start
Self diagnosis
Soft dry operation
Auto changeover
Auto cleaning
Auto operation(artificial intelligence)
Auto restart operation
Child lock
Forced operation
Group control
Sleep mode
Timer(on/off)
Timer(weekly)
Two thermistor control
Standard wired remote controller
Wide Character wired remote controller
Picto wired remote controller
Deluxe wired remote controller
Simple wired remote controller
Wired remote controller(for hotel use)
Wireless remote controller(simple)
Wireless LCD remote control
General central controller (Non LGAP)
Dry contact
Network Soluation(LGAP)
PDI(power distribution indicator)
PI 485
Zone control
CTIE
Electro thermostat
Thermistor
Test Function
Vane Control
Auto Elevation Grille

LT-C302PLE0

LT-H302PLE0

4
Auto
O
4/5/X
O
O
O
X
PTPKM0
O
O
O
X
O
X
O
O
X
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
PCRCUSZ0

4
Auto
O
4/5/4
X
O
O
O
X
PTPKM0
O
O
O
X
O
O
O
O
O
X
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
PCRCUSZ0

PQRCUSA0

PQRCUSA0

PQRCUDS0/PQRCUDS0B/PQRCUDS0S
PQRCUCA0
X
PQWRCSF0
X
PQDSB/PQDSBC
O
X
PSNFP14A0
O
O
PTEGM0

PQRCUDS0/PQRCUDS0B/PQRCUDS0S
PQRCUCA0
X
PQWRHSF0
X
PQDSB/PQDSBC
O
X
PSNFP14A0
O
O
PTEGM0

Note :
O : Applied, X : Not applied, : No relation
Option: Model name & price are different according to options, and assembled in factory with main unit.
Accessory: Installed at field, ordered and purchased separately by the corresponding model name, supplied with separate package.

26

Ceiling Cassette

Ceiling cassette 4 way

6CST0-01A

List of functions

Category

Air flow

Air purifying

Installation

Reliability

Convenience

Individual control

CAC network function

Special function kit

Others

Function
Air supply outlet
Airflow direction control(left & right)
Airflow direction control(up & down)
Auto swing(left & right)
Auto swing(up & down)
Airflow steps(fan/cool/heat)
Chaos swing
Chaos wind(auto wind)
Jet cool(Power wind)
Swirl wind
Deodorizing filter
Plasma air purifier
Prefilter(washable / anti-fungus)
Drain pump
E.S.P. control
Electric heater(operation)
High ceiling operation
Hot start
Self diagnosis
Soft dry operation
Auto changeover
Auto cleaning
Auto operation(artificial intelligence)
Auto restart operation
Child lock
Forced operation
Group control
Sleep mode
Timer(on/off)
Timer(weekly)
Two thermistor control
Standard wired remote controller
Wide Character wired remote controller
Picto wired remote controller
Deluxe wired remote controller
Simple wired remote controller
Wired remote controller(for hotel use)
Wireless remote controller(simple)
Wireless LCD remote control
General central controller (Non LGAP)
Dry contact
Network Soluation(LGAP)
PDI(power distribution indicator)
PI 485
Zone control
CTIE
Electro thermostat
Thermistor
Test Function
Vane Control
Auto Elevation Grille

LT-C362NLE0

LT-H362NLE0

4
Auto
O
4/5/X
O
O
O
X
PTPKM0
O
O
O
X
O
X
O
O
X
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
PCRCUSZ0

4
Auto
O
4/5/4
X
O
O
O
X
PTPKM0
O
O
O
X
O
O
O
O
O
X
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
PCRCUSZ0

PQRCUSA0

PQRCUSA0

PQRCUDS0/PQRCUDS0B/PQRCUDS0S
PQRCUCA0
X
PQWRCSF0
X
PQDSB/PQDSBC
O
X
PSNFP14A0
O
O
PTEGM0

PQRCUDS0/PQRCUDS0B/PQRCUDS0S
PQRCUCA0
X
PQWRHSF0
X
PQDSB/PQDSBC
O
X
PSNFP14A0
O
O
PTEGM0

Note :
O : Applied, X : Not applied, : No relation
Option: Model name & price are different according to options, and assembled in factory with main unit.
Accessory: Installed at field, ordered and purchased separately by the corresponding model name, supplied with separate package.

Ceiling cassette 4 way

Ceiling Cassette

27

List of functions

Category

Air flow

Air purifying

Installation

Reliability

Convenience

Individual control

CAC network function

Special function kit

Others

6CST0-01A

Function
Air supply outlet
Airflow direction control(left & right)
Airflow direction control(up & down)
Auto swing(left & right)
Auto swing(up & down)
Airflow steps(fan/cool/heat)
Chaos swing
Chaos wind(auto wind)
Jet cool(Power wind)
Swirl wind
Deodorizing filter
Plasma air purifier
Prefilter(washable / anti-fungus)
Drain pump
E.S.P. control
Electric heater(operation)
High ceiling operation
Hot start
Self diagnosis
Soft dry operation
Auto changeover
Auto cleaning
Auto operation(artificial intelligence)
Auto restart operation
Child lock
Forced operation
Group control
Sleep mode
Timer(on/off)
Timer(weekly)
Two thermistor control
Standard wired remote controller
Wide Character wired remote controller
Picto wired remote controller
Deluxe wired remote controller
Simple wired remote controller
Wired remote controller(for hotel use)
Wireless remote controller(simple)
Wireless LCD remote control
General central controller (Non LGAP)
Dry contact
Network Soluation(LGAP)
PDI(power distribution indicator)
PI 485
Zone control
CTIE
Electro thermostat
Thermistor
Test Function
Vane Control
Auto Elevation Grille

LT-C482MLE0

LT-H482MLE0

4
Auto
O
4/5/X
O
O
O
X
PTPKM0
O
O
O
X
O
X
O
O
X
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
PCRCUSZ0

4
Auto
O
4/5/4
X
O
O
O
X
PTPKM0
O
O
O
X
O
O
O
O
O
X
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
PCRCUSZ0

PQRCUSA0

PQRCUSA0

PQRCUDS0/PQRCUDS0B/PQRCUDS0S
PQRCUCA0
X
PQWRCSF0
X
PQDSB/PQDSBC
O
X
PSNFP14A0
O
O
PTEGM0

PQRCUDS0/PQRCUDS0B/PQRCUDS0S
PQRCUCA0
X
PQWRHSF0
X
PQDSB/PQDSBC
O
X
PSNFP14A0
O
O
PTEGM0

Note :
O : Applied, X : Not applied, : No relation
Option: Model name & price are different according to options, and assembled in factory with main unit.
Accessory: Installed at field, ordered and purchased separately by the corresponding model name, supplied with separate package.

28

Ceiling Cassette

Ceiling cassette 4 way

6CST0-01A

List of functions

Category

Air flow

Air purifying

Installation

Reliability

Convenience

Individual control

CAC network function

Special function kit

Others

Function
Air supply outlet
Airflow direction control(left & right)
Airflow direction control(up & down)
Auto swing(left & right)
Auto swing(up & down)
Airflow steps(fan/cool/heat)
Chaos swing
Chaos wind(auto wind)
Jet cool(Power wind)
Swirl wind
Deodorizing filter
Plasma air purifier
Prefilter(washable / anti-fungus)
Drain pump
E.S.P. control
Electric heater(operation)
High ceiling operation
Hot start
Self diagnosis
Soft dry operation
Auto changeover
Auto cleaning
Auto operation(artificial intelligence)
Auto restart operation
Child lock
Forced operation
Group control
Sleep mode
Timer(on/off)
Timer(weekly)
Two thermistor control
Standard wired remote controller
Wide Character wired remote controller
Picto wired remote controller
Deluxe wired remote controller
Simple wired remote controller
Wired remote controller(for hotel use)
Wireless remote controller(simple)
Wireless LCD remote control
General central controller (Non LGAP)
Dry contact
Network Soluation(LGAP)
PDI(power distribution indicator)
PI 485
Zone control
CTIE
Electro thermostat
Thermistor
Test Function
Vane Control
Auto Elevation Grille

LT-C602MLE0

LT-H602MLE0

4
Auto
O
4/5/X
O
O
O
X
PTPKM0
O
O
O
X
O
X
O
O
X
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
PCRCUSZ0

4
Auto
O
4/5/4
X
O
O
O
X
PTPKM0
O
O
O
X
O
O
O
O
O
X
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
PCRCUSZ0

PQRCUSA0

PQRCUSA0

PQRCUDS0/PQRCUDS0B/PQRCUDS0S
PQRCUCA0
X
PQWRCSF0
X
PQDSB/PQDSBC
O
X
PSNFP14A0
O
O
PTEGM0

PQRCUDS0/PQRCUDS0B/PQRCUDS0S
PQRCUCA0
X
PQWRHSF0
X
PQDSB/PQDSBC
O
X
PSNFP14A0
O
O
PTEGM0

Note :
O : Applied, X : Not applied, : No relation
Option: Model name & price are different according to options, and assembled in factory with main unit.
Accessory: Installed at field, ordered and purchased separately by the corresponding model name, supplied with separate package.
Ceiling cassette 4 way

Ceiling Cassette

29

Specifications

6CST0-01A

1.1.3 Specifications
Indoor unit type

Ceilling Cassette - 4way

Model

LT-C182QLE0

LT-H182QLE0

PT-UQC

PT-UQC

/ V / Hz

1 / 220 / 60

1 / 220 / 60

kW

5.28

5.28

Btu/h

18,000

18,000

kW

5.28

Btu/h

18,000

8.4

8.4

Decorative Panel Model


Power Supply
Cooling Capacity
Heating Capacity
Current
Fan

Nominal Running Current


Motor Type
Fan Type

BLDC

BLDC

Turbo Fan

Turbo Fan

Motor Output(W) x No. of Unit


Air Flow Rate
(H / M / L)
External Static Pressure
Capacitor

43 x 1

43 x 1

CMM

12 / 11 / 10

12 / 11 / 10

cfm

424 / 388 / 353

424 / 388 / 353

mmAq

F / Vac

220 / 450

220 / 450

Direct

Direct

2 x 10 x 18

2 x 10 x 18

Drive
Coil

Row x Column x FPI

Dimensions

Body

mm(inch)

570 x 570 x 256 (22.4 x 22.4 x 10.0) 570 x 570 x 256 (22.4 x 22.4 x 10.0)

(W x H x D)

Decorative Panel

mm(inch)

700 x 700 x 30 (27.6 x 27.6 x 1.2)

700 x 700 x 30 (27.6 x 27.6 x 1.2)

Net Weight

Body

kg (lbs)

15.5(34.2)

15.5(34.2)

Decorative Panel

kg (lbs)

Air Filter
Sound Level (H / M / L)
Piping
Connections

3(6.6)

3(6.6)

Long life filter

Long life filter

dB(A)+3

38 / 36 / 33

38 / 36 / 33

Liquid

mm (inch)

6.35 (1/4)

6.35 (1/4)

Gas

mm (inch)

12.7 (1/2)

12.7 (1/2)

mm

32 / 25

32 / 25

l/h

2.4

Drain(OD/ID)
Dehumidification Rate
Safety Devices

2.4
Fuse, Thermal Protcector

Temperature Sensor

Thermistor

Thermistor

R22

R22

Referigerant
Referigerant Control

Capillary Tube

Capillary Tube

Connectable Outdoor Unit

LTUC182QLE0

LTUH182QLE0

4 x 0.75 (Including Earth)

5 x 0.75 (Including Earth)

Power and Transmission Interunit Cable

No. x mm2

Note :
1. Capacities are based on the following conditions:
Cooling: - Indoor Temperature 27C(81F) DB /19C(66F) WB
- Outdoor Temperature 35C(95F) DB /24C(75F) WB
Heating: - Indoor Temperature 20C(68F) DB/15C(59F) WB
- Outdoor Temperature 7C(44.6F) DB/6C(42.8F) WB
Piping Length - Interconnecting Piping Length 7.5m
- Level Difference of Zero.

30

Ceiling Cassette

Conversion Formula
kW = Btu/h 0.0002931
CFM = CMM 35.3

Ceiling cassette 4 way

6CST0-01A

Indoor unit type

Ceilling Cassette - 4way

Model

LT-C242PLE0

LT-H242PLE0

PT-UMC

PT-UMC

/ V / Hz

1 / 220 / 60

1 / 220 / 60

kW

7.06

7.06

Btu/h

24,100

24,100

kW

7.06

Btu/h

24,100

0.5

0.5

Decorative Panel Model


Power Supply
Cooling Capacity
Heating Capacity
Current
Fan

Nominal Running Current


Motor Type
Fan Type

BLDC

BLDC

Turbo fan

Turbo fan

Motor Output(W) x No. of Unit


Air Flow Rate
(H / M / L)
External Static Pressure
Capacitor

90 x 1

90 x 1

CMM

18.7 / 17.0 / 14.3

18.7 / 17.0 / 14.3

cfm

636 / 600 / 495

636 / 600 / 495

mmAq

F / Vac

220 / 450

220 / 450

Direct

Direct

2Rx8Cx19FPI

2Rx8Cx19FPI

Drive
Coil

Row x Column x FPI

Dimensions

Body

mm(inch)

840 x 204 x 840 (33.1 x 8.0 x 33.1) 840 x 204 x 840 (33.1 x 8.0 x 33.1)

(W x H x D)

Decorative Panel

mm(inch)

950 x 25 x 950 (37.4 x 1.0 x 37.4)

950 x 25 x 950 (37.4 x 1.0 x 37.4)

Net Weight

Body

kg (lbs)

20.8(45.9)

20.8(45.9)

Decorative Panel

kg (lbs)

Air Filter
Sound Level (H / M / L)
Piping
Connections

5(11.0)

5(11.0)

Long life filter

Long life filter

dB(A)+3

39 / 37 / 33

39 / 37 / 33

Liquid

mm (inch)

6.35(1/4)

6.35(1/4)

Gas

mm (inch)

15.88(5/8)

15.88(5/8)

mm

32 / 25

32 / 25

l/h

3.3

3.3

Drain(OD/ID)
Dehumidification Rate
Safety Devices

Fuse, thermal protector for fan motor

Temperature Sensor

Thermistor

Thermistor

R22

R22

Cappilary Tube

Cappilary Tube

4 x 0.75(Including earth)

5 x 0.75(Including earth)

Referigerant
Referigerant Control
Connectable Outdoor Unit
Power and Transmission Interunit Cable

No. x mm

Note :
1. Capacities are based on the following conditions:
Cooling: - Indoor Temperature 27C(81F) DB /19C(66F) WB
- Outdoor Temperature 35C(95F) DB /24C(75F) WB
Heating: - Indoor Temperature 20C(68F) DB/15C(59F) WB
- Outdoor Temperature 7C(44.6F) DB/6C(42.8F) WB
Piping Length - Interconnecting Piping Length 7.5m
- Level Difference of Zero.

Ceiling cassette 4 way

Ceiling Cassette

Conversion Formula
kW = Btu/h 0.0002931
CFM = CMM 35.3

31

Specifications

6CST0-01A

Indoor unit type

Ceilling Cassette - 4way

Model

LT-C302PLE0

LT-H302PLE0

PT-UMC

PT-UMC

/ V / Hz

1 / 220 / 60

1 / 220 / 60

kW

8.79

8.79

Btu/h

30,000

30,000

kW

8.79

Btu/h

30,000

0.5

0.5

Decorative Panel Model


Power Supply
Cooling Capacity
Heating Capacity
Current
Fan

Nominal Running Current


Motor Type
Fan Type

BLDC

BLDC

Turbo fan

Turbo fan

Motor Output(W) x No. of Unit


Air Flow Rate
(H / M / L)
External Static Pressure
Capacitor

90 x 1

90 x 1

CMM

23.0 / 20.0 / 16.0

23.0 / 20.0 / 16.0

cfm

812 / 706 / 565

812 / 706 / 565

mmAq

F / Vac

220 / 450

220 / 450

Direct

Direct

Drive
Coil

Row x Column x FPI

2Rx8Cx19FPI

2R x 8C x 19FPI

Dimensions

Body

mm(inch)

840 x 204 x 840 (33.1 x 8.0 x 33.1)

840 x 204 x 840 (33.1 x 8.0 x 33.1)

(W x H x D)

Decorative Panel

mm(inch)

950 x 25 x 950 (37.4 x 1.0 x 37.4)

950 x 25 x 950 (37.4 x 1.0 x 37.4)

Net Weight

Body

kg (lbs)

20.8(45.9)

20.8(45.9)

Decorative Panel

kg (lbs)

Air Filter
Sound Level (H / M / L)
Piping
Connections

5(11.0)

5(11.0)

Long life filter

Long life filter

dB(A)+3

44 / 41 / 38

44 / 41 / 38

Liquid

mm (inch)

6.35(1/4)

6.35(1/4)

Gas

mm (inch)

15.88(5/8)

15.88(5/8)

mm

32 / 25

32 / 25

l/h

3.5

3.5

Drain(OD/ID)
Dehumidification Rate
Safety Devices

Fuse, thermal protector for fan motor

Temperature Sensor

Thermistor

Thermistor

R22

R22

Cappilary Tube

Cappilary Tube

4 x 0.75(Including earth)

5 x 0.75(Including earth)

Referigerant
Referigerant Control
Connectable Outdoor Unit
Power and Transmission Interunit Cable

No. x mm

Note :
1. Capacities are based on the following conditions:
Cooling: - Indoor Temperature 27C(81F) DB /19C(66F) WB
- Outdoor Temperature 35C(95F) DB /24C(75F) WB
Heating: - Indoor Temperature 20C(68F) DB/15C(59F) WB
- Outdoor Temperature 7C(44.6F) DB/6C(42.8F) WB
Piping Length - Interconnecting Piping Length 7.5m
- Level Difference of Zero.

32

Ceiling Cassette

Conversion Formula
kW = Btu/h 0.0002931
CFM = CMM 35.3

Ceiling cassette 4 way

6CST0-01A

Specifications

Indoor unit type

Ceilling Cassette - 4way

Model

LT-C362NLE0

LT-H362NLE0

PT-UMC

PT-UMC

/ V / Hz

1 / 220 / 60

1 / 220 / 60

kW

10.55

10.55

Btu/h

36,000

36,000

kW

10.55

Btu/h

36,000

0.7

0.7

Decorative Panel Model


Power Supply
Cooling Capacity
Heating Capacity
Current
Fan

Nominal Running Current


Motor Type
Fan Type
Motor Output(W) x No. of Unit
Air Flow Rate
(H / M / L)
External Static Pressure
Capacitor

BLDC

BLDC

Turbo fan

Turbo fan

100 x 1

100 x 1

CMM

25.0 / 23.0 / 21.0

25.0 / 23.0 /21.0

cfm

883 / 812 / 742

883 / 812 / 742

mmAq

F / Vac

220 / 450

220 / 450

Direct

Direct

2Rx10Cx19FPI

2R x 10C x 19FPI

Drive
Coil

Row x Column x FPI

Dimensions

Body

mm(inch)

840 x 246 x 840 (33.1 x 9.7 x 33.1) 840 x 246 x 840 (33.1 x 9.7 x 33.1)

(W x H x D)

Decorative Panel

mm(inch)

950 x 25 x 950 (37.4 x 1.0 x 37.4)

950 x 25 x 950 (37.4 x 1.0 x 37.4)

Net Weight

Body

kg (lbs)

23.5(51.8)

23.5(51.8)

Decorative Panel

kg (lbs)

Air Filter
Sound Level (H / M / L)
Piping
Connections

5(11.0)

5(11.0)

Long life filter

Long life filter

dB(A)+3

42 / 40 / 37

42 / 40 / 37

Liquid

mm (inch)

6.35(1/4)

6.35(1/4)

Gas

mm (inch)

15.88(5/8)

15.88(5/8)

mm

32 / 25

32 / 25

l/h

4.5

4.5

Drain(OD/ID)
Dehumidification Rate
Safety Devices

Fuse, thermal protector for fan motor

Temperature Sensor

Thermistor

Thermistor

R22

R22

Cappilary Tube

Cappilary Tube

4 x 0.75(Including earth)

5 x 0.75(Including earth)

Referigerant
Referigerant Control
Connectable Outdoor Unit
Power and Transmission Interunit Cable

No. x mm

Note :
1. Capacities are based on the following conditions:
Cooling: - Indoor Temperature 27C(81F) DB /19C(66F) WB
- Outdoor Temperature 35C(95F) DB /24C(75F) WB
Heating: - Indoor Temperature 20C(68F) DB/15C(59F) WB
- Outdoor Temperature 7C(44.6F) DB/6C(42.8F) WB
Piping Length - Interconnecting Piping Length 7.5m
- Level Difference of Zero.

Ceiling cassette 4 way

Ceiling Cassette

Conversion Formula
kW = Btu/h 0.0002931
CFM = CMM 35.3

33

Specifications

6CST0-01A

Indoor unit type

Ceilling Cassette - 4way

Model

LT-C482MLE0

LT-H482MLE0

PT-UMC

PT-UMC

/ V / Hz

1 / 220 / 60

1/220/60

kW

14.06

14.06

Btu/h

48,000

48,000

kW

14.06

Btu/h

48,000

1.0

1.0

Decorative Panel Model


Power Supply
Cooling Capacity
Heating Capacity
Current
Fan

Nominal Running Current


Motor Type
Fan Type
Motor Output(W) x No. of Unit
Air Flow Rate
(H / M / L)
External Static Pressure
Capacitor

BLDC

BLDC

Turbo fan

Turbo fan

124 x 1

124x1

CMM

33.0 / 30.0 / 26.0

33.0 / 30.0 / 26.0

cfm

1,165 / 1,060 / 918

1,165 / 1,060 / 918

mmAq

F / Vac

220 / 450

220 / 450

Direct

Direct

2Rx12Cx19FPI

2R x 12C x 19FPI

Drive
Coil

Row x Column x FPI

Dimensions

Body

mm(inch)

840 x 288 x 840 (33.1 x 11.3 x 33.1) 840 x 288 x 840 (33.1 x 11.3 x 33.1)

(W x H x D)

Decorative Panel

mm(inch)

950 x 25 x 950 (37.4 x 1.0 x 37.4)

950 x 25 x 950 (37.4 x 1.0 x 37.4)

Net Weight

Body

kg (lbs)

25.6(56.4)

25.6(56.4)

Decorative Panel

kg (lbs)

Air Filter
Sound Level (H / M / L)
Piping
Connections

5(11.0)

5(11.0)

Long life filter

Long life filter

dB(A)+3

47 / 44 / 41

47 / 44 / 41

Liquid

mm (inch)

9.52(3/8)

9.52(3/8)

Gas

mm (inch)

19.05(3/4)

19.05(3/4)

mm

32 / 25

32 / 25

l/h

5.5

5.5

Drain(OD/ID)
Dehumidification Rate
Safety Devices

Fuse, thermal protector for fan motor

Temperature Sensor

Thermistor

Thermistor

R22

R22

Cappilary Tube

Cappilary Tube

4 x 1.0(Including earth)

5 x 1.0(Including earth)

Referigerant
Referigerant Control
Connectable Outdoor Unit
Power and Transmission Interunit Cable

No. x mm

Note :
1. Capacities are based on the following conditions:
Cooling: - Indoor Temperature 27C(81F) DB /19C(66F) WB
- Outdoor Temperature 35C(95F) DB /24C(75F) WB
Heating: - Indoor Temperature 20C(68F) DB/15C(59F) WB
- Outdoor Temperature 7C(44.6F) DB/6C(42.8F) WB
Piping Length - Interconnecting Piping Length 7.5m
- Level Difference of Zero.

34

Ceiling Cassette

Conversion Formula
kW = Btu/h 0.0002931
CFM = CMM 35.3

Ceiling cassette 4 way

6CST0-01A

Specifications

Indoor unit type

Ceilling Cassette - 4way

Model

LT-C602MLE0

LT-H602MLE0

PT-UMC

PT-UMC

/ V / Hz

1 / 220 / 60

1 / 220 / 60

kW

17.58

17.58

Btu/h

60,000

60,000

kW

17.58

Btu/h

60,000

1.0

1.0

Decorative Panel Model


Power Supply
Cooling Capacity
Heating Capacity
Current
Fan

Nominal Running Current


Motor Type
Fan Type
Motor Output(W) x No. of Unit
Air Flow Rate
(H / M / L)
External Static Pressure
Capacitor

BLDC

BLDC

Turbo fan

Turbo fan

124 x 1

124 x 1

CMM

34.0 / 31.0 /28.0

34.0 / 31.0 / 28.0

cfm

1,200 / 1,090 / 989

1,200 / 1,095 / 989

mmAq

F / Vac

220 / 450

220 / 450

Direct

Direct

2Rx12Cx19FPI

2Rx12Cx19FPI

Drive
Coil

Row x Column x FPI

Dimensions

Body

mm(inch)

840 x 288 x 840 (33.1 x 11.3 x 33.1) 840 x 288 x 840 (33.1 x 11.3 x 33.1)

(W x H x D)

Decorative Panel

mm(inch)

950 x 25 x 950 (37.4 x 1.0 x 37.4)

950 x 25 x 950 (37.4 x 1.0 x 37.4)

Net Weight

Body

kg (lbs)

25.6(56.4)

25.6(56.4)

Decorative Panel

kg (lbs)

Air Filter
Sound Level (H / M / L)
Piping
Connections

5(11.0)

5(11.0)

Long life filter

Long life filter

dB(A)+3

49 / 46 / 43

49 / 46 / 43

Liquid

mm (inch)

9.52(3/8)

9.52(3/8)

Gas

mm (inch)

19.05(3/4)

19.05(3/4)

mm

32 / 25

32 / 25

l/h

6.3

6.3

Drain(OD/ID)
Dehumidification Rate
Safety Devices

Fuse, thermal protector for fan motor

Temperature Sensor

Thermistor

Thermistor

R22

R22

Cappilary Tube

Cappilary Tube

4 x 1.0(Including earth)

5 x 1.0(Including earth)

Referigerant
Referigerant Control
Connectable Outdoor Unit
Power and Transmission Interunit Cable

No. x mm

Note :
1. Capacities are based on the following conditions:
Cooling: - Indoor Temperature 27C(81F) DB /19C(66F) WB
- Outdoor Temperature 35C(95F) DB /24C(75F) WB
Heating: - Indoor Temperature 20C(68F) DB/15C(59F) WB
- Outdoor Temperature 7C(44.6F) DB/6C(42.8F) WB
Piping Length - Interconnecting Piping Length 7.5m
- Level Difference of Zero.

Ceiling cassette 4 way

Ceiling Cassette

Conversion Formula
kW = Btu/h 0.0002931
CFM = CMM 35.3

35

55

380(Air outlet hole)


473
700

4-

R2

378.6
380(Air outlet hole)
700
22.5

378.6

523
125 59.5
95.5

172

3019
142.5
570

461
570

517

517
570
256

36

Ceiling Cassette
76
94

Note

LT-H182QLE0

32 / 25

mm

6.35 (1/4)

mm(inch)

32 / 25

12.7 (1/2)

6.35 (1/4)

12.7 (1/2)

5.28
18,000

kW
Btu/h

mm(inch)

5.28
18,000

5.28
18,000

kW
Btu/h

1 / 220V /60 Hz

1 / 220V /60 Hz
/V/Hz

LT-C182QLE0

Remark

76, Seongsan-dong, Changwon City, Gyeongnam,


641-713, Korea
www.lge.com/airconditioner

CHASSIS CODE: TQ

3. The Unit is powered from the outdoor unit. Therefore power cable
should be connected with the outdoor unit.

2. Unit shall be grounded in accordance with the local regulations or


applicable national codes.

1. Unit should be installed in compliance with the installation manual


in the product box.

Drain(OD/ID)

Liquid()
Gas()

Piping
Connections

Heating Capacity

Cooling Capacity

Power supply

Model

Technical Specification

Drain pipe connection

Liquid pipe connection

Power supply connection

Gas pipe connection

Air discharge grille

Air suction grille

Part Name
Decoration panel

No.

LT-C182QLE0 + PT-UQC
LT-H182QLE0 + PT-UQC

Ceiling Cassette 4-way + Decoration Panel

Dimensions
6CST0-01A

1.1.4 Dimensions

Ceiling cassette 4 way

54

500(Air outlet hole)


734
950

618
4R2
0

500(Air outlet hole)


618
950
25

292

671
65 40

Ceiling cassette 4 way

Ceiling Cassette
108 60

4 5
7

840

840

787

787

80

684
840
60
82
99
204

Gas pipe connection


Liquid pipe connection

4
5

Model

LT-C302PLE0

15.88(5/8)
32 / 25

6.35(1/4)

mm(inch)
mm

mm(inch)

kW
Btu/h

32 / 25

15.88(5/8)

6.35(1/4)

8.79
30,000

7.06
24,100

kW
Btu/h

1 / 220V /60 Hz

LT-C242PLE0
1 / 220V /60 Hz

76, Seongsan-dong, Changwon City, Gyeongnam,


641-713, Korea
www.lge.com/airconditioner

CHASSIS CODE: TP

3. The Unit is powered from the outdoor unit. Therefore power cable
should be connected with the outdoor unit.

2. Unit shall be grounded in accordance with the local regulations or


applicable national codes.

1. Unit should be installed in compliance with the installation manual


in the product box.

Note

Gas()

Connections
Drain(OD/ID)

Liquid()
Piping

Heating Capacity

Cooling Capacity

Power supply

Remark

/V/Hz

Power supply connection

Technical Specification

Drain pipe connection

Air discharge grille

Air suction grille

Part Name
Decoration panel

No.

LT-C242PLE0 + PT-UMC
LT-C302PLE0 + PT-UMC

Ceiling Cassette 4-way + Decoration Panel

6CST0-01A
Dimensions

37

54

500(Air outlet hole)


734
950

618
4R2
0

500(Air outlet hole)


618
950
25

292

671
65 40

38

Ceiling Cassette
108 60

4 5
7

840

840

787

787

80

684
840
60
82
99
204

Gas pipe connection


Liquid pipe connection

4
5

Model

Note

LT-H302PLE0

32 / 25

mm

32 / 25

15.88(5/8)

6.35(1/4)

6.35(1/4)

mm(inch)

15.88(5/8)

8.79
30,000

7.06
24,100

kW
Btu/h

mm(inch)

8.79
30,000

7.06
24,100

kW
Btu/h

1 / 220V /60 Hz

LT-H242PLE0
1 / 220V /60 Hz

76, Seongsan-dong, Changwon City, Gyeongnam,


641-713, Korea
www.lge.com/airconditioner

CHASSIS CODE: TP

3. The Unit is powered from the outdoor unit. Therefore power cable
should be connected with the outdoor unit.

2. Unit shall be grounded in accordance with the local regulations or


applicable national codes.

1. Unit should be installed in compliance with the installation manual


in the product box.

Drain(OD/ID)

Liquid()
Gas()

Piping
Connections

Heating Capacity

Cooling Capacity

Power supply

Remark

/V/Hz

Power supply connection

Technical Specification

Drain pipe connection

Air discharge grille

Air suction grille

Part Name
Decoration panel

No.

LT-H242PLE0 + PT-UMC
LT-H302PLE0 + PT-UMC

Ceiling Cassette 4-way + Decoration Panel

Dimensions
6CST0-01A

Ceiling cassette 4 way

54

618

500(Air outlet hole)


734
950

292
R

4-

20

25

500(Air outlet hole)


618
950

Ceiling cassette 4 way

Ceiling Cassette
108 60

4 5

840

840

787

787

80

684
840
60
82
99
246

Note

LT-H362NLE0

32 / 25

mm

6.35(1/4)

mm(inch)

32 / 25

15.88(5/8)

6.35(1/4)

15.88(5/8)

10.55
36,000

kW
Btu/h

mm(inch)

10.55
36,000

10.55
36,000

kW
Btu/h

1 / 220V /60 Hz

1 / 220V /60 Hz
/V/Hz

LT-C362NLE0

Remark

76, Seongsan-dong, Changwon City, Gyeongnam,


641-713, Korea
www.lge.com/airconditioner

CHASSIS CODE: TN

3. The Unit is powered from the outdoor unit. Therefore power cable
should be connected with the outdoor unit.

2. Unit shall be grounded in accordance with the local regulations or


applicable national codes.

1. Unit should be installed in compliance with the installation manual


in the product box.

Drain(OD/ID)

Liquid()
Gas()

Piping
Connections

Heating Capacity

Cooling Capacity

Power supply

Model

Technical Specification

Drain pipe connection

Liquid pipe connection

Power supply connection

Gas pipe connection

Air discharge grille

Air suction grille

Part Name
Decoration panel

No.

LT-C362NLE0 + PT-UMC
LT-H362NLE0 + PT-UMC

Ceiling Cassette 4-way + Decoration Panel

6CST0-01A
Dimensions

39

65 40

671

54

500(Air outlet hole)


734
950

618
4

20

-R

500(Air outlet hole)


618
950
25

671
148 40

292

Ceiling Cassette
110 60

4 5

840

840

787

787

80

684
78

40
840

LT-C602MLE0

19.05( 3/ 4)
32 / 25

9.52( 3/ 8)

mm(inch)
mm

mm(inch)

kW
Btu/h

32 / 25

19.05( 3/ 4)

9.52( 3/ 8)

17.58
60,000

14.06
48,000

kW
Btu/h

1 / 220V /60 Hz

1 / 220V /60 Hz
/V/Hz

LT-C482MLE0

Remark

CHASSIS CODE: TM

3. The Unit is powered from the outdoor unit. Therefore power cable
should be connected with the outdoor unit.

2. Unit shall be grounded in accordance with the local regulations or


applicable national codes.

1. Unit should be installed in compliance with the installation manual


in the product box.

Note

Gas()

Connections
Drain(OD/ID)

Liquid()
Piping

Heating Capacity

Cooling Capacity

Power supply

Model

Technical Specification

Drain pipe connection

Liquid pipe connection

Power supply connection

Gas pipe connection

Air discharge grille

Air suction grille

Part Name
Decoration panel

No.

LT-C482MLE0 + PT-UMC
LT-C602MLE0 + PT-UMC

76, Seongsan-dong, Changwon City, Gyeongnam,


641-713, Korea
www.lge.com/airconditioner

70
135
183
288

Ceiling Cassette 4-way + Decoration Panel

Dimensions
6CST0-01A

Ceiling cassette 4 way

54

500(Air outlet hole)


734
950

618
4

20

-R

500(Air outlet hole)


618
950
25

671
148 40

292

Ceiling Cassette
110 60

4 5

840

840

787

787

80

684
78

Ceiling cassette 4 way


840

Note

LT-H602MLE0

32 / 25

mm

32 / 25

19.05(3/4)

9.52(3/8)

9.52(3/8)

mm(inch)

19.05(3/4)

17.58
60,000

14.06
48,000

kW
Btu/h

mm(inch)

17.58
60,000

14.06
48,000

kW
Btu/h

1 / 220V /60 Hz

1 / 220V /60 Hz
/V/Hz

LT-H482MLE0

Remark

CHASSIS CODE: TM

3. The Unit is powered from the outdoor unit. Therefore power cable
should be connected with the outdoor unit.

2. Unit shall be grounded in accordance with the local regulations or


applicable national codes.

1. Unit should be installed in compliance with the installation manual


in the product box.

Drain(OD/ID)

Liquid()
Gas()

Piping
Connections

Heating Capacity

Cooling Capacity

Power supply

Model

Technical Specification

Drain pipe connection

Liquid pipe connection

Power supply connection

Gas pipe connection

Air discharge grille

Air suction grille

Part Name
Decoration panel

No.

LT-H482MLE0 + PT-UMC
LT-H602MLE0 + PT-UMC

76, Seongsan-dong, Changwon City, Gyeongnam,


641-713, Korea
www.lge.com/airconditioner

70
135
183
288

Ceiling Cassette 4-way + Decoration Panel

6CST0-01A
Dimensions

41

Piping diagrams

6CST0-01A

1.1.5 Piping diagrams


Models : LT-C182QLE0, LT-H182QLE0

Indoor Unit

Capillary Tube

Liquid Side

Th2
Th1

Heat
Exchanger
(Evaporator)

Gas Side

Cooling
Heating

LOC.

42

Description

PCB Connector

Th1

Thermistor for indoor air temperature

CN_ROOM

Th2

Thermistor for evaporating temperature

CN_PIPE/IN

Ceiling Cassette

Ceiling cassette 4 way

6CST0-01A

Piping diagrams

Models : LT-C242PLE0, LT-C302PLE0, LT-C362NLE0, LT-C482MLE0, LT-C602MLE0,


LT-H242PLE0, LT-H302PLE0, LT-H362NLE0, LT-H482MLE0, LT-H602MLE0

Capillary Tube

Liquid Side

Th2

Heat Exchanger
(Evaporator)

Th1

Gas Side

Cooling
Heating

LOC.

Description

PCB Connector

Th1

Thermistor for indoor air temperature

CN_ROOM

Th2

Thermistor for evaporating temperature

CN_PIPE1

Ceiling cassette 4 way

Ceiling Cassette

43

Wiring diagrams

6CST0-01A

1.1.6 Wiring diagrams


1) Wiring diagrams
Models : LT-C182QLE0

CN-D/PUMP

CN-OPTION
CN-MOTOR1

CN-ROOM
CN-FLOAT

CN-DISPLAY

CN-PIPE/IN
CN-POWER

44

CN-VANE2 CN-VANE1

Ceiling Cassette

CN-REMO

Ceiling cassette 4 way

6CST0-01A

Wiring diagrams

Models : LT-H182QLE0

CN-D/PUMP

CN-OPTION
CN-MOTOR1

CN-ROOM
CN-FLOAT

CN-DISPLAY

CN-PIPE/IN
CN-POWER

Ceiling cassette 4 way

CN-VANE2 CN-VANE1

Ceiling Cassette

CN-REMO

45

Wiring diagrams

6CST0-01A

Models : LT-C242PLE0, LT-C302PLE0, LT-C362NLE0, LT-C482MLE0, LT-C602MLE0

CN-D/PUMP

CN-OPTION
CN-MOTOR1

CN-ROOM
CN-FLOAT

CN-DISPLAY

CN-PIPE/IN
CN-POWER

46

CN-VANE2 CN-VANE1

Ceiling Cassette

CN-REMO

Ceiling cassette 4 way

6CST0-01A

Wiring diagrams

Models : LT-H242PLE0, LT-H302PLE0, LT-H362NLE0, LT-H482MLE0, LT-H602MLE0

CN-OPTION
CN-DPUMP

CN-DISPLAY

CN-MOTOR

CN-ROOM

CN-FLOAT

CN-POWER

Ceiling cassette 4 way

CN-VANE2

CN-VANE1

Ceiling Cassette

CN-REMO

CN-PIPE1

47

Air flow and temperature distributions (reference data)

6CST0-01A

1.1.7 Air flow and temperature distribution (reference data)


Model : 24kBtu/h
Cooling

Heating

Air velocity [m/s]

Air velocity [m/s]


2.7m
2.0

2.0

1.5

2.7m
2.0

2.0

1.5

1.5

2m

1.5

1.0

1.0

0.5

1.0
0.5

1m

0.5

2m
1.0
0.5

1m

0m
4m

3m

2m

1m

0m

1m

2m

3m

4m

0m
4m

Temperature [C]

3m

2m

1m

0m

1m

2m

3m

4m

Temperature [C]
2.7m
18
20

18
20

22

33

2m

30

2m

30

21

22

21
24

1m
24

2.7m

33

27 24

27

1m

24
0m

4m

48

3m

2m

1m

0m

1m

2m

3m

4m

0m
4m

3m

Ceiling Cassette

2m

1m

0m

1m

2m

3m

4m

Ceiling cassette 4 way

6CST0-01A

Sound levels

1.1.8 Sound levels


Overall
Notes:
- Sound measured at 1.5m away from the center of the unit.
- Data is valid at free field condition.
- Data is valid at nominal operation condition.
- Reference accoustic pressure 0dB=20Pa.
- Sound level will vary depending on a range of factors such as
the construction(acoustic absorption coefficient) of particular
room in which the equipment is installed.
- The operating conditions are assumed to be standard.

Ceiling
1.5m

Sound levels[dB(A)]
H
M
38
36
39
37
44
41
42
40
47
44
49
46

Model
LT-C182PLE0
LT-C242PLE0
LT-C302PLE0
LT-C362NLE0
LT-C482MLE0
LT-C602MLE0

Sound levels[dB(A)]
H
M
38
36
39
37
44
41
42
40
47
44
49
46

Model

L
33
33
38
37
41
43

LT-H182PLE0
LT-H242PLE0
LT-H302PLE0
LT-H362NLE0
LT-H482MLE0
LT-H602MLE0

L
33
33
38
37
41
43

Sound pressure level


LT-C182QLE0

LT-H182QLE0
80

70

NC-65

60
NC-60
NC-55

50
NC-50
NC-45

40

NC-40
NC-35

30

NC-30

NC-25

20

Appr oximate
Hearing
Thr eshold
63

70

NC-65

60
NC-60
NC-55

50
NC-50

NC-40

250

500

1000

2000

4000

NC-35

30

NC-30

NC-25

20

Appr oximate
Hearing
Thr eshold

NC-15

125

NC-45

40

NC-20

10

80
High
Middle
Low

63

Octave Band Center Frequency (Hz)

250

500

1000

2000

4000

NC-45

40

NC-40
NC-35

30

NC-30

NC-25

NC-60

NC-55

50
NC-50

NC-45

40
NC-40

NC-35

30
NC-30

NC-25

63

8000

500

1000

2000

4000

8000

80
High
Middle
Low

NC-65

NC-60
NC-55

50
NC-50
NC-45

40

NC-40
NC-35

30

NC-30

NC-25

20

Appr oximate
Hearing
Thr eshold

NC-15

63

125

250

500

1000

2000

4000

Octave Band Center Frequency (Hz)

Ceiling Cassette

8000

High
Middle
Low

70

NC-65

60
NC-60
NC-55

50
NC-50
NC-45

40

NC-40
NC-35

30

NC-30

NC-25

20

Appr oximate
Hearing
Thr eshold

NC-20

10

125
500
2000
8000
Octave Band Center Frequency (Hz)

250

Octave Band Center Frequency (Hz)

60

NC-15

10

NC-15

125

LT-C482MLE0
LT-H482MLE0

70

NC-20

NC-20

10

Octave Band Sound Pressure Level (dB re 20Pa )

NC-65

60

Octave Band Sound Pressure Level (dB re 20Pa )

High
Middle
Low

Ceiling cassette 4 way

NC-50

Approximate
Hearing
Threshold

80

Appr oximate
Hearing
Thr eshold

NC-55

50

LT-C362NLE0
LT-H362NLE0

80

20

NC-60

Octave Band Center Frequency (Hz)

LT-C306PLE0
LT-H306PLE0
70

NC-65

60

20

NC-15

125

High
High
Mid
Middle
Low
Low

70

NC-20

10

8000

Octave Band Sound Pressure Level (dB re 20Pa )

High
Middle
Low

Octave Band Sound Pressure Level (dB re 20Pa )

Octave Band Sound Pressure Level (dB re 20Pa )

80

Octave Band Sound Pressure Level (dB re 20Pa )

LT-C242PLE0
LT-H242PLE0

NC-20
NC-15

10
63

125

250

500

1000

2000

4000

8000

Octave Band Center Frequency (Hz)

49

Sound levels

6CST0-01A

LT-C602MLE0
LT-H602MLE0

Octave Band Sound Pressure Level (dB re 20Pa )

80
High
Middle
Low

70

NC-65

60
NC-60
NC-55

50
NC-50
NC-45

40

NC-40
NC-35

30

NC-30

NC-25

20

Appr oximate
Hearing
Thr eshold

NC-20
NC-15

10
63

125

250

500

1000

2000

4000

8000

Octave Band Center Frequency (Hz)

50

Ceiling Cassette

Ceiling cassette 4 way

6CST0-01A

Controller

1.1.9 Controller

2
3

10

11

12

13

14
15

1 Operation indication screen


2 Set temperature button
3 Wireless remote controller
Receiver
Some kind of product could not
receive wireless signal.
4 Ventilation button
5 Operation mode selection
button
6 Sub-function button
7 Function setting button
8 Exit button
9 On/ Off button
10 Room temperature button
11 Fan speed button
12 Air flow button
13 Reservation/ Time setting
button
14 Setting/ Cancel button
15 Up, Down, Left, Right

Some functions may not be operated and displayed depending on the product type.

Ceiling cassette 4 way

Ceiling Cassette

51

Power supply

6CST0-01A

2. Outdoor units
2.1 Single piping type
2.1.1. Power supply
Type

Cooling only

Heat Pump

Outdoor unit

Capacity [kBtu/h(kW)]

Circuit breaker capacity

LT-C182QLE0

18(5.28)

20A

LT-C242PLE0

24.1(7.06)

30A

LT-C302PLE0

30(8.79)

30A

LT-C362NLE0

36(10.55)

30A

LT-C482MLE0

48(14.06)

50A

LT-C602MLE0

60(17.58)

50A

LT-H182QLE0

18(5.28)

20A

LT-H242PLE0

24.1(7.06)

30A

LT-H302PLE0

30(8.79)

30A

LT-H362NLE0

36(10.55)

30A

LT-H482MLE0

48(14.06)

50A

LT-H602MLE0

60(17.58)

50A

Power supply

1, 220V, 60Hz

1, 220V, 60Hz

Power supply

Circuit breaker

Earth wire

Indoor unit

Outdoor unit

52

Ceiling Cassette

Outdoor unit

6CST0-01A

List of functions

2.1.2 List of functions


Category

Function

Defrost / Deicing
High Pressure Switch
Low Pressure Switch
Reliability
Phase protection
Restart Delay (3-minutes)
Self Diagnosis
Soft Start
Test Function
Auto Changeover
Convenience
Auto Restart Operation
Central control(LGAP)
CAC Network
PDI(Power Distribution Indicator)
Function
PI485
Special Function Kit Low Ambient Kit
Others
Thermistor

LT-C182QLE0

LT-H182QLE0

X
O
X
X
O
O
X
X
X
O
Accessory
X
Accessory
X
-

O
O
X
X
O
O
X
X
O
O
Accessory
X
Accessory
X
-

Note :
O : Applied, X : Not applied, : No relation
Option: Model name & price are different according to options, and assembled in factory with main unit.
Accessory: Installed at field, ordered and purchased separately by the corresponding model name, supplied with separate package.

Outdoor unit

Ceiling Cassette

53

List of functions

Category

6CST0-01A

Function

Defrost / Deicing
High Pressure Switch
Low Pressure Switch
Reliability
Phase protection
Restart Delay (3-minutes)
Self Diagnosis
Soft Start
Test Function
Auto Changeover
Convenience
Auto Restart Operation
Central control(LGAP)
CAC Network
PDI(Power Distribution Indicator)
Function
PI485
Special Function Kit Low Ambient Kit
Others
Thermistor

LT-C242PLE0

LT-H242PLE0

X
O
X
X
O
O
X
X
X
O
Accessory
X
Accessory
X
-

O
O
X
X
O
O
X
X
O
O
Accessory
X
Accessory
X
-

Note :
O : Applied, X : Not applied, : No relation
Option: Model name & price are different according to options, and assembled in factory with main unit.
Accessory: Installed at field, ordered and purchased separately by the corresponding model name, supplied with separate package.

54

Ceiling Cassette

Outdoor unit

6CST0-01A

Category

List of functions

Function

Defrost / Deicing
High Pressure Switch
Low Pressure Switch
Reliability
Phase protection
Restart Delay (3-minutes)
Self Diagnosis
Soft Start
Test Function
Auto Changeover
Convenience
Auto Restart Operation
Central control(LGAP)
CAC Network
PDI(Power Distribution Indicator)
Function
PI485
Special Function Kit Low Ambient Kit
Others
Thermistor

LT-C302PLE0

LT-H302PLE0

X
O
X
X
O
O
X
X
X
O
Accessory
X
Accessory
X
-

O
O
X
X
O
O
X
X
O
O
Accessory
X
Accessory
X
-

Note :
O : Applied, X : Not applied, : No relation
Option: Model name & price are different according to options, and assembled in factory with main unit.
Accessory: Installed at field, ordered and purchased separately by the corresponding model name, supplied with separate package.

Outdoor unit

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List of functions

Category

6CST0-01A

Function

Defrost / Deicing
High Pressure Switch
Low Pressure Switch
Reliability
Phase protection
Restart Delay (3-minutes)
Self Diagnosis
Soft Start
Test Function
Auto Changeover
Convenience
Auto Restart Operation
Central control(LGAP)
CAC Network
PDI(Power Distribution Indicator)
Function
PI485
Special Function Kit Low Ambient Kit
Others
Thermistor

LT-C362NLE0

LT-H362NLE0

X
O
X
X
O
O
X
X
X
O
Accessory
X
Accessory
X
-

O
O
X
X
O
O
X
X
O
O
Accessory
X
Accessory
X
-

Note :
O : Applied, X : Not applied, : No relation
Option: Model name & price are different according to options, and assembled in factory with main unit.
Accessory: Installed at field, ordered and purchased separately by the corresponding model name, supplied with separate package.

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Outdoor unit

6CST0-01A

Category

List of functions

Function

Defrost / Deicing
High Pressure Switch
Low Pressure Switch
Reliability
Phase protection
Restart Delay (3-minutes)
Self Diagnosis
Soft Start
Test Function
Auto Changeover
Convenience
Auto Restart Operation
Central control(LGAP)
CAC Network
PDI(Power Distribution Indicator)
Function
PI485
Special Function Kit Low Ambient Kit
Others
Thermistor

LT-C482MLE0

LT-H482MLE0

X
O
X
X
O
O
X
X
X
O
Accessory
X
Accessory
X
-

O
O
X
X
O
O
X
X
O
O
Accessory
X
Accessory
X
-

Note :
O : Applied, X : Not applied, : No relation
Option: Model name & price are different according to options, and assembled in factory with main unit.
Accessory: Installed at field, ordered and purchased separately by the corresponding model name, supplied with separate package.

Outdoor unit

Ceiling Cassette

57

List of functions

Category

6CST0-01A

Function

Defrost / Deicing
High Pressure Switch
Low Pressure Switch
Reliability
Phase protection
Restart Delay (3-minutes)
Self Diagnosis
Soft Start
Test Function
Auto Changeover
Convenience
Auto Restart Operation
Central control(LGAP)
CAC Network
PDI(Power Distribution Indicator)
Function
PI485
Special Function Kit Low Ambient Kit
Others
Thermistor

LT-C602MLE0

LT-H602MLE0

X
O
X
X
O
O
X
X
X
O
Accessory
X
Accessory
X
-

O
O
X
X
O
O
X
X
O
O
Accessory
X
Accessory
X
-

Note :
O : Applied, X : Not applied, : No relation
Option: Model name & price are different according to options, and assembled in factory with main unit.
Accessory: Installed at field, ordered and purchased separately by the corresponding model name, supplied with separate package.

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Outdoor unit

6CST0-01A

Specifications

2.1.3 Specifications
Outdoor Unit
Nominal Capacity
(Min~Rating~Max)

Cooling
Heating

kW
Btu/h
kW
Btu/h
kW
kW

Nominal Input
Cooling
(Min~Rating~Max)
Heating
Testing Combination
Running Current
Cooling
A
(Rating)
Heating
A
Starting Current
Cooling/Heating
A
Power Supply
/ V / Hz
Power Supply Cable(Outdoor)
No. x mm2
Power and Transmission Cable
No. x mm2
(Outdoor to Indoor or Outdoor to BD)
Power and Transmission Cable(BD to Indoor)
No. x mm2
Dimensions
WxHxD
mm(inch)
Net Weight
kg(lbs)
Max. Number of Connectable Indoor Units
Compressor (#1)
Type
Qty x Model
Motor type
Oil charge volume
cc
Oil Type
Compressor (#2)
Type
Qty x Model
Motor type
Oil charge volume
cc
Oil type
Compressor (#3)
Type
Qty x Model
Motor type
Oil charge volume
cc
Oil type
Refrigerant
Cycle A Charge (at 7.5m)
g(oz)
Cycle B Charge (at 7.5m)
g(oz)
Type
Control
Additional Refrigerant Charge
g/m(oz/ft)
Heat Exchanger
(Rows x Column x FPI(FPDM)) x No.
Defrosting Method
Fan
Capacitor
F/Vac
Drive
Discharge Direction(Side/Top)
Air Flow Rate x No. of Fan
CMM(cfm)
Sound Level(H/L)
Sound Pressure
dB(A)+3
Piping Connections
Liquid(Cycle A)
mm(inch)
Gas(Cycle A)
mm(inch)
Liquid(Cycle B)
mm(inch)
Gas(Cycle B)
mm(inch)
High Pressure Gas
mm(inch)
Max. Interunit
Total Piping
m
Piping Length
Main Piping
m
Total Branch Piping
m
Each Branch Piping
m
Max. Elevation
Outdoor Unit~Indoor Unit
m
Difference
Indoor Unit~Indoor Unit
m
Operation Range
Cooling
C(F)
(Outdoor)
Heating
C(F)

LT-C182QLE0

LT-H182QLE0

5.28
18,000
1.86
8.4
52
1 / 220 / 60
3 x 2.1

5.28
18,000
5.28
18,000
1.86
1.78
8.4
8.1
52
1/220/60
3 x 2.1

4x0.75 (Including earth)

5 x 0.75 (Including earth)

840 x 575 x 275 (33.1 x 22.7 x 10.9)


43 (94.8)
1
Rotary
1 x QJ278KCF
Induction
500
SUNISO 4GSI
1,100 (38.8)
R22
Capillary tube
30 (0.32)
(2 x 26 x 18) x 1
6 / 400
Direct
Side
45(1,589) x 1
53
6.35 (1/4)
12.7 (1/2)
30
20
21~54 (70~129)
-

840 x 575 x 275 (33.1 x 22.7 x 10.9)


43 (94.8)
1
Rotary
1 x QJ278KCF
Induction
500
SUNISO 4GSI
1,100 (38.8)
R22
Capillary tube
30 (0.32)
(2 x 26 x 18) x 1
Reversing cycle
6 / 400
Direct
Side
45(1,589) x 1
53
6.35 (1/4)
12.7 (1/2)
30
20
21~54 (70~129)
-5~24 (23~75)

Note :
1. Capacities are based on the following conditions:
Cooling: - Indoor Temperature 27C(81F) DB /19C(66F) WB
- Outdoor Temperature 35C(95F) DB /24C(75F) WB
Heating: - Indoor Temperature 20C(68F) DB/15C(59F) WB
- Outdoor Temperature 7C(44.6F) DB/6C(42.8F) WB
Piping Length - Interconnecting Piping Length 7.5m
- Level Difference of Zero.

Outdoor unit

Ceiling Cassette

Conversion Formula
kW = Btu/h 0.0002931
CFM = CMM 35.3

59

Specifications

6CST0-01A

Outdoor Unit
Nominal Capacity
(Min~Rating~Max)

Cooling
Heating

kW
Btu/h
kW
Btu/h
kW
kW

Nominal Input
Cooling
(Min~Rating~Max)
Heating
Testing Combination
Running Current
Cooling
A
(Rating)
Heating
A
Starting Current
Cooling/Heating
A
Power Supply
/ V / Hz
Power Supply Cable(Outdoor)
No. x mm2
Power and Transmission Cable
No. x mm2
(Outdoor to Indoor or Outdoor to BD)
Power and Transmission Cable(BD to Indoor)
No. x mm2
Dimensions
WxHxD
mm(inch)
Net Weight
kg(lbs)
Max. Number of Connectable Indoor Units
Compressor (#1)
Type
Qty x Model
Motor type
Oil charge volume
cc
Oil Type
Compressor (#2)
Type
Qty x Model
Motor type
Oil charge volume
cc
Oil type
Compressor (#3)
Type
Qty x Model
Motor type
Oil charge volume
cc
Oil type
Refrigerant
Cycle A Charge (at 7.5m)
g(oz)
Cycle B Charge (at 7.5m)
g(oz)
Type
Control
Additional Refrigerant Charge
g/m(oz/ft)
Heat Exchanger
(Rows x Column x FPI(FPDM)) x No.
Defrosting Method
Fan
Capacitor
F/Vac
Drive
Discharge Direction(Side/Top)
Air Flow Rate x No. of Fan
CMM(cfm)
Sound Level(H/L)
Sound Pressure
dB(A)+3
Piping Connections
Liquid(Cycle A)
mm(inch)
Gas(Cycle A)
mm(inch)
Liquid(Cycle B)
mm(inch)
Gas(Cycle B)
mm(inch)
High Pressure Gas
mm(inch)
Max. Interunit
Total Piping
m
Piping Length
Main Piping
m
Total Branch Piping
m
Each Branch Piping
m
Max. Elevation
Outdoor Unit~Indoor Unit
m
Difference
Indoor Unit~Indoor Unit
m
Operation Range
Cooling
C(F)
(Outdoor)
Heating
C(F)

LT-C242PLE0

LT-H242PLE0

7.06
24,100
2.5
11.4
1 / 220 / 60
3 x 3.5

7.06
24,100
7.06
24,100
2.5
2.55
11.4
11.6
1 / 220 / 60
3 x 3.5

4 x 0.75(Including Earth)

5 x 0.75(Including Earth)

840 x 575 x 275 (33.1 x 22.7 x 10.9)


45(99.2)
1
Rotary
1 x QJT348K**
Induction
650
SUNISO 4GSI
1,550(54.7)
R22
Capillary Tube
35(0.38)
(2R x 26C x 18) x 1
6/370
Direct Drive
Side
45(1,589) x 1
55
6.35(1/4)
15.88(5/8)
30
20
21~54(70~129)
-

870 x 655 x 320(34.3 x 25.8 x 12.6)


64(141.1)
1
Rotary
1 x QJT362KAA
Induction
650
SUNISO 4GSI
1,550(54.7)
R22
Capillary Tube
35(0.38)
(2R X 28C X 18) X 1
6/370
Direct Drive
Side
52(1,836) x 1
56
6.35(1/4)
15.88(5/8)
30
20
21~54(70~129)
-5~24 (23~75)

Note :
1. Capacities are based on the following conditions:
Cooling: - Indoor Temperature 27C(81F) DB /19C(66F) WB
- Outdoor Temperature 35C(95F) DB /24C(75F) WB
Heating: - Indoor Temperature 20C(68F) DB/15C(59F) WB
- Outdoor Temperature 7C(44.6F) DB/6C(42.8F) WB
Piping Length - Interconnecting Piping Length 7.5m
- Level Difference of Zero.

60

Ceiling Cassette

Conversion Formula
kW = Btu/h 0.0002931
CFM = CMM 35.3

Outdoor unit

6CST0-01A

Specifications

Outdoor Unit
Nominal Capacity
(Min~Rating~Max)

Cooling
Heating

kW
Btu/h
kW
Btu/h
kW
kW

Nominal Input
Cooling
(Min~Rating~Max)
Heating
Testing Combination
Running Current
Cooling
A
(Rating)
Heating
A
Starting Current
Cooling/Heating
A
Power Supply
/ V / Hz
Power Supply Cable(Outdoor)
No. x mm2
Power and Transmission Cable
No. x mm2
(Outdoor to Indoor or Outdoor to BD)
Power and Transmission Cable(BD to Indoor)
No. x mm2
Dimensions
WxHxD
mm(inch)
Net Weight
kg(lbs)
Max. Number of Connectable Indoor Units
Compressor (#1)
Type
Qty x Model
Motor type
Oil charge volume
cc
Oil Type
Compressor (#2)
Type
Qty x Model
Motor type
Oil charge volume
cc
Oil type
Compressor (#3)
Type
Qty x Model
Motor type
Oil charge volume
cc
Oil type
Refrigerant
Cycle A Charge (at 7.5m)
g(oz)
Cycle B Charge (at 7.5m)
g(oz)
Type
Control
Additional Refrigerant Charge
g/m(oz/ft)
Heat Exchanger
(Rows x Column x FPI(FPDM)) x No.
Defrosting Method
Fan
Capacitor
F/Vac
Drive
Discharge Direction(Side/Top)
Air Flow Rate x No. of Fan
CMM(cfm)
Sound Level(H/L)
Sound Pressure
dB(A)+3
Piping Connections
Liquid(Cycle A)
mm(inch)
Gas(Cycle A)
mm(inch)
Liquid(Cycle B)
mm(inch)
Gas(Cycle B)
mm(inch)
High Pressure Gas
mm(inch)
Max. Interunit
Total Piping
m
Piping Length
Main Piping
m
Total Branch Piping
m
Each Branch Piping
m
Max. Elevation
Outdoor Unit~Indoor Unit
m
Difference
Indoor Unit~Indoor Unit
m
Operation Range
Cooling
C(F)
(Outdoor)
Heating
C(F)

LT-C302PLE0

LT-H302PLE0

8.79
30,000
2.98
14
1 / 220 / 60
3 x 3.5

8.79
30,000
8.79
30,000
2.98
3.06
14
14
1 / 220 / 60
3 x 3.5

4 x 0.75(Including Earth)

5 x 0.75(Including Earth)

870 x 808 x 320 (34.3 x 31.8 x12.6)


56(123.5)
1
Rotary
1 x QP425KBF
Induction
1,130
SUNISO 4GSI
1,450(51.1)
R22
Capillary Tube
30(0.32)
AL(1R x 76C x 90) x 1
6/370
Direct Drive
Side
46(1,625) x 1
58
6.35(1/4)
15.88(5/8)
50
30
21~54(70~129)
-

870 x 808 x 320 (34.3 x 31.8 x12.6)


56(123.5)
1
Rotary
1 x QP425KBF
Induction
1,130
SUNISO 4GSI
2,500(88.2)
R22
Capillary Tube
25(0.27)
(2R x 36C x 18) x 1
Reversing cycle
6/400
Direct Drive
Side
46(1,625) x 1
58
6.35(1/4)
15.88(5/8)
50
30
21~54(70~129)
-5~24(23~75)

Note :
1. Capacities are based on the following conditions:
Cooling: - Indoor Temperature 27C(81F) DB /19C(66F) WB
- Outdoor Temperature 35C(95F) DB /24C(75F) WB
Heating: - Indoor Temperature 20C(68F) DB/15C(59F) WB
- Outdoor Temperature 7C(44.6F) DB/6C(42.8F) WB
Piping Length - Interconnecting Piping Length 7.5m
- Level Difference of Zero.

Outdoor unit

Ceiling Cassette

Conversion Formula
kW = Btu/h 0.0002931
CFM = CMM 35.3

61

Specifications

6CST0-01A

Outdoor Unit
Nominal Capacity
(Min~Rating~Max)

Cooling
Heating

kW
Btu/h
kW
Btu/h
kW
kW

Nominal Input
Cooling
(Min~Rating~Max)
Heating
Testing Combination
Running Current
Cooling
A
(Rating)
Heating
A
Starting Current
Cooling/Heating
A
Power Supply
/ V / Hz
Power Supply Cable(Outdoor)
No. x mm2
Power and Transmission Cable
No. x mm2
(Outdoor to Indoor or Outdoor to BD)
Power and Transmission Cable(BD to Indoor)
No. x mm2
Dimensions
WxHxD
mm(inch)
Net Weight
kg(lbs)
Max. Number of Connectable Indoor Units
Compressor (#1)
Type
Qty x Model
Motor type
Oil charge volume
cc
Oil Type
Compressor (#2)
Type
Qty x Model
Motor type
Oil charge volume
cc
Oil type
Compressor (#3)
Type
Qty x Model
Motor type
Oil charge volume
cc
Oil type
Refrigerant
Cycle A Charge (at 7.5m)
g(oz)
Cycle B Charge (at 7.5m)
g(oz)
Type
Control
Additional Refrigerant Charge
g/m(oz/ft)
Heat Exchanger
(Rows x Column x FPI(FPDM)) x No.
Defrosting Method
Fan
Capacitor
F/Vac
Drive
Discharge Direction(Side/Top)
Air Flow Rate x No. of Fan
CMM(cfm)
Sound Level(H/L)
Sound Pressure
dB(A)+3
Piping Connections
Liquid(Cycle A)
mm(inch)
Gas(Cycle A)
mm(inch)
Liquid(Cycle B)
mm(inch)
Gas(Cycle B)
mm(inch)
High Pressure Gas
mm(inch)
Max. Interunit
Total Piping
m
Piping Length
Main Piping
m
Total Branch Piping
m
Each Branch Piping
m
Max. Elevation
Outdoor Unit~Indoor Unit
m
Difference
Indoor Unit~Indoor Unit
m
Operation Range
Cooling
C(F)
(Outdoor)
Heating
C(F)

LT-C362NLE0

LT-H362NLE0

10.55
36,000
3.55
16
1 / 220 / 60
3 x 5.5

10.55
36,000
10.55
36,000
3.6
3.0
16
14
1 / 220 / 60
3 x 5.5

4 x 0.75(Including Earth)

5 x 0.75(Including Earth)

870 x 808 x 320 (34.3 x 31.8 x12.6)


60(132.3)
1
Scroll
1 x SQ036KFA
Induction
1,100
SUNISO 4GSI
1,300(45.9)
R22
Capillary Tube
30(0.32)
AL(1R x 76C x 90) x 1
6/370
Direct Drive
Side
65(2,295) x 1
58
6.35(1/4)
15.88(5/8)
50
30
21~54(70~129)
-

870 x 808 x 320 (34.3 x 31.8 x12.6)


58(127.9)
1
Scroll
1 x SQ036KFA
Induction
1,400
SUNISO 4GSI
1,700(60.0)
R22
Capillary Tube
45(0.48)
(2R x 36C x 18) x 1
6/370
Direct Drive
Side
58(2,048) x 1
61
6.35(1/4)
15.88(5/8)
50
30
21~54(70~129)
-5~24(23~75)

Note :
1. Capacities are based on the following conditions:
Cooling: - Indoor Temperature 27C(81F) DB /19C(66F) WB
- Outdoor Temperature 35C(95F) DB /24C(75F) WB
Heating: - Indoor Temperature 20C(68F) DB/15C(59F) WB
- Outdoor Temperature 7C(44.6F) DB/6C(42.8F) WB
Piping Length - Interconnecting Piping Length 7.5m
- Level Difference of Zero.

62

Ceiling Cassette

Conversion Formula
kW = Btu/h 0.0002931
CFM = CMM 35.3

Outdoor unit

6CST0-01A

Specifications

Outdoor Unit
Nominal Capacity
(Min~Rating~Max)

Cooling
Heating

kW
Btu/h
kW
Btu/h
kW
kW

Nominal Input
Cooling
(Min~Rating~Max)
Heating
Testing Combination
Running Current
Cooling
A
(Rating)
Heating
A
Starting Current
Cooling/Heating
A
Power Supply
/ V / Hz
Power Supply Cable(Outdoor)
No. x mm2
Power and Transmission Cable
No. x mm2
(Outdoor to Indoor or Outdoor to BD)
Power and Transmission Cable(BD to Indoor)
No. x mm2
Dimensions
WxHxD
mm(inch)
Net Weight
kg(lbs)
Max. Number of Connectable Indoor Units
Compressor (#1)
Type
Qty x Model
Motor type
Oil charge volume
cc
Oil Type
Compressor (#2)
Type
Qty x Model
Motor type
Oil charge volume
cc
Oil type
Compressor (#3)
Type
Qty x Model
Motor type
Oil charge volume
cc
Oil type
Refrigerant
Cycle A Charge (at 7.5m)
g(oz)
Cycle B Charge (at 7.5m)
g(oz)
Type
Control
Additional Refrigerant Charge
g/m(oz/ft)
Heat Exchanger
(Rows x Column x FPI(FPDM)) x No.
Defrosting Method
Fan
Capacitor
F/Vac
Drive
Discharge Direction(Side/Top)
Air Flow Rate x No. of Fan
CMM(cfm)
Sound Level(H/L)
Sound Pressure
dB(A)+3
Piping Connections
Liquid(Cycle A)
mm(inch)
Gas(Cycle A)
mm(inch)
Liquid(Cycle B)
mm(inch)
Gas(Cycle B)
mm(inch)
High Pressure Gas
mm(inch)
Max. Interunit
Total Piping
m
Piping Length
Main Piping
m
Total Branch Piping
m
Each Branch Piping
m
Max. Elevation
Outdoor Unit~Indoor Unit
m
Difference
Indoor Unit~Indoor Unit
m
Operation Range
Cooling
C(F)
(Outdoor)
Heating
C(F)

LT-C482MLE0

LT-H482MLE0

14.06
48,000
5
24
1 / 220 / 60
3 x 6.5

14.06
48,000
14.06
48,000
5
4.5
24
22.5
1 /220 / 60
3 x 6.5

4 x 1.0(Including Earth)

5x 1.0(Including Earth)

870 x 1,060 x 320 (34.3 x 41.7 x 12.6)


84(185.2)
1
Scroll
1 x SR057KCB
Induction
1,650
SUNISO 4GSI
1,600(56.4)
R22
Capillary Tube
55(0.59)
AL(1R x 50C x 90) x 2
2/400
Direct Drive
Side
32.5(1,148) x 2
60
9.52(3/8)
19.05(3/4)
50
30
21~54(70~129)
-

900 x 1,165 x 370(35.4 x 45.9 x 14.6)


109(240.3)
1
Scroll
1 x SR049KAB
Induction
1,650
SUNISO 4GSI
3,700(130.5)
R22
Capillary Tube
45(0.48)
(2R x 22C x 18) x 2
Reversing Cycle
6/400
Direct Drive
Side
46(1,625) x 2
62
9.52(3/8)
19.05(3/4)
50
30
21~54(70~129)
-5~24(23~75)

Note :
1. Capacities are based on the following conditions:
Cooling: - Indoor Temperature 27C(81F) DB /19C(66F) WB
- Outdoor Temperature 35C(95F) DB /24C(75F) WB
Heating: - Indoor Temperature 20C(68F) DB/15C(59F) WB
- Outdoor Temperature 7C(44.6F) DB/6C(42.8F) WB
Piping Length - Interconnecting Piping Length 7.5m
- Level Difference of Zero.

Outdoor unit

Ceiling Cassette

Conversion Formula
kW = Btu/h 0.0002931
CFM = CMM 35.3

63

Specifications

6CST0-01A

Outdoor Unit
Nominal Capacity
(Min~Rating~Max)

Cooling
Heating

kW
Btu/h
kW
Btu/h
kW
kW

Nominal Input
Cooling
(Min~Rating~Max)
Heating
Testing Combination
Running Current
Cooling
A
(Rating)
Heating
A
Starting Current
Cooling/Heating
A
Power Supply
/ V / Hz
Power Supply Cable(Outdoor)
No. x mm2
Power and Transmission Cable
No. x mm2
(Outdoor to Indoor or Outdoor to BD)
Power and Transmission Cable(BD to Indoor)
No. x mm2
Dimensions
WxHxD
mm(inch)
Net Weight
kg(lbs)
Max. Number of Connectable Indoor Units
Compressor (#1)
Type
Qty x Model
Motor type
Oil charge volume
cc
Oil Type
Compressor (#2)
Type
Qty x Model
Motor type
Oil charge volume
cc
Oil type
Compressor (#3)
Type
Qty x Model
Motor type
Oil charge volume
cc
Oil type
Refrigerant
Cycle A Charge (at 7.5m)
g(oz)
Cycle B Charge (at 7.5m)
g(oz)
Type
Control
Additional Refrigerant Charge
g/m(oz/ft)
Heat Exchanger
(Rows x Column x FPI(FPDM)) x No.
Defrosting Method
Fan
Capacitor
F/Vac
Drive
Discharge Direction(Side/Top)
Air Flow Rate x No. of Fan
CMM(cfm)
Sound Level(H/L)
Sound Pressure
dB(A)+3
Piping Connections
Liquid(Cycle A)
mm(inch)
Gas(Cycle A)
mm(inch)
Liquid(Cycle B)
mm(inch)
Gas(Cycle B)
mm(inch)
High Pressure Gas
mm(inch)
Max. Interunit
Total Piping
m
Piping Length
Main Piping
m
Total Branch Piping
m
Each Branch Piping
m
Max. Elevation
Outdoor Unit~Indoor Unit
m
Difference
Indoor Unit~Indoor Unit
m
Operation Range
Cooling
C(F)
(Outdoor)
Heating
C(F)

LT-C602MLE0

LT-H602MLE0

17.58
60,000
6.25
27.0
1 / 220 / 60
3 x 6.5

17.58
60,000
17.58
60,000
6.25
5.5
27.0
25.5
1 / 220 / 60
3 x 6.5

4 x 1.0(Including Earth)

5 x 1.0(Including Earth)

900 x 1,165 x 370 (35.4 x 45.8 x 14.5)


95(209.4)
1
Scroll
1 x SR061KAE
Induction
1650
SUNISO 4GSI
2,600(91.7)
R22
Capillary Tube
55(0.59)
(2R x 26C x 18) x 2
6/370
Direct Drive
Side
51(1,801) x 2
62
9.52(3/8)
19.05(3/4)
50
30
21~54(70~129)
-

900 x 1,165 x 370 (35.4 x 45.8 x 14.5)


109(240.3)
1
Scroll
1 x SR061KAE
Induction
1650
SUNISO 4GSI
3,700(130.5)
R22
Capillary Tube
50(0.54)
(2R X 22C X 18) X 2
6/370
Direct Drive
Side
51(1,801) x 2
62
9.52(3/8)
19.05(3/4)
50
30
21~54(70~129)
-5~24(23~75)

Note :
1. Capacities are based on the following conditions:
Cooling: - Indoor Temperature 27C(81F) DB /19C(66F) WB
- Outdoor Temperature 35C(95F) DB /24C(75F) WB
Heating: - Indoor Temperature 20C(68F) DB/15C(59F) WB
- Outdoor Temperature 7C(44.6F) DB/6C(42.8F) WB
Piping Length - Interconnecting Piping Length 7.5m
- Level Difference of Zero.

64

Ceiling Cassette

Conversion Formula
kW = Btu/h 0.0002931
CFM = CMM 35.3

Outdoor unit

299.8

639.4

840

71

336.4
575

840

276
62

Ceiling Cassette
70

Outdoor unit
16.4

275

Control Box
Earth screw

4
5

Liquid()
Gas()

Piping
Connections

Heating Capacity

Cooling Capacity

Power supply

LT-C182QLE0

LT-H182QLE0

6.35 (1/4)

mm(inch)

UM

12.7 (1/2)

6.35 (1/4)

12.7 (1/2)

5.28
18,000

kW
Btu/h

mm(inch)

5.28
18,000

5.28
18,000

1 / 220V / 60 Hz
kW

1 / 220V / 60 Hz

Remark

Btu/h

/V/Hz

Liquid pipe connection

Model

Gas pipe connection

Part Name
Air discharge grille

No.

LT-C182QLE0
LT-H182QLE0

6CST0-01A
Dimensions

2.1.4 Dimensions

65

86

290.3

508.5

321.8

299.8

639.4

840

71

336.4
575

840

276
62

Ceiling Cassette
70

66
16.4

275

Control Box
Earth screw

4
5

Liquid()
Gas()

Piping
Connections

Heating Capacity

Cooling Capacity

Power supply

6.35(1/4)

mm(inch)

UM

15.88(5/8)

kW
Btu/h

mm(inch)

7.06
24,100

kW

1 / 220V / 60 Hz

LT-C242PLE0

Remark

Btu/h

/V/Hz

Liquid pipe connection

Model

Gas pipe connection

Part Name
Air discharge grille

No.

LT-C242PLE0

Dimensions
6CST0-01A

Outdoor unit

86

290.3

508.5

321.8

Outdoor unit
1

Model

Liquid()
Gas()

Piping
Connections

Heating Capacity

Cooling Capacity

Power supply

6.35(1/4)

mm(inch)

Ceiling Cassette

TOOL CODE : UE

15.88(5/8)

7.06
24,100

kW
Btu/h

mm(inch)

7.06
24,100

kW
Btu/h

1 / 220V / 60 Hz
/V/Hz

LT-H242PLE0

LT-H242PLE0

OUTDOOR UNIT

6CST0-01A
Dimensions

67

Ceiling Cassette

319

25

68

301

546

870

31
5

16 0

54 .6

340
79

320

Earth screw

Model

Gas()

Connections

LT-C302PLE0

LT-C362NLE0

6.35(1/4)

mm(inch)

15.88(5/8)

mm(inch)

kW
Btu/h

15.88(5/8)

6.35(1/4)

10.55
36,000

8.79
30,000

kW
Btu/h

76, Seongsan-dong, Changwon City, Gyeongnam,


641-713, Korea
www.lge.com/airconditioner

CHASSIS CODE : UE1

4. Electrical characteristics chapter should be considered for electrical


work and design. Especially the capacity of power cable and circuit
breaker for outdoor unit should be more than that of electrical
characteristics chapter.

3. All electrical components and materials to be supplied on the site


must comply with the local regulations or international codes.

2. Unit should be grounded in accordance with the local regulations or


applicable national codes.

1. Unit should be installed in compliance with the installation manual in


the product box.

Note

Liquid()
Piping

Heating Capacity

Cooling Capacity

Power supply

1 / 220V /60 Hz

Control Box

1 / 220V /60 Hz

Liquid pipe connection

Remark

/V/Hz

Gas pipe connection

Technical Specification

Air discharge grille

Part Name

No.

LT-C302PLE0
LT-C362NLE0

OUTDOOR UNIT

Dimensions
6CST0-01A

Outdoor unit

360

76.4

808

Ceiling Cassette

319

25

Outdoor unit

301

546

870

31
5

16 0

54 .6

340
79

320

Model

LT-H302PLE0

LT-H362NLE0

15.88(5/8)

6.35(1/4)

6.35(1/4)

mm(inch)

15.88(5/8)

10.55
36,000

8.79
30,000

kW
Btu/h

mm(inch)

10.55
36,000

8.79
30,000

kW
Btu/h

76, Seongsan-dong, Changwon City, Gyeongnam,


641-713, Korea
www.lge.com/airconditioner

CHASSIS CODE : UE1

4. Electrical characteristics chapter should be considered for electrical


work and design. Especially the capacity of power cable and circuit
breaker for outdoor unit should be more than that of electrical
characteristics chapter.

3. All electrical components and materials to be supplied on the site


must comply with the local regulations or international codes.

2. Unit should be grounded in accordance with the local regulations or


applicable national codes.

1. Unit should be installed in compliance with the installation manual in


the product box.

Note

Liquid()
Gas()

Piping
Connections

Heating Capacity

Cooling Capacity

Power supply

1 / 220V /60 Hz

Earth screw

1 / 220V /60 Hz

Control Box

Remark

/V/Hz

Liquid pipe connection

Technical Specification

Gas pipe connection

Part Name
Air discharge grille

No.

LT-H302PLE0
LT-H362NLE0

OUTDOOR UNIT

6CST0-01A
Dimensions

69

360

76.4

808

Ceiling Cassette

10

492

261

301

870

546

162

55

75

320

340
1038

70
10

320

Earth screw

Model

Gas()

Connections

LT-C482MLE0

mm(inch)

19.05(3/4)

9.52(3/8)

kW
Btu/h
mm(inch)

14.06
48,000

kW
Btu/h

CHASSIS CODE : UE2

4. Electrical characteristics chapter should be considered for electrical


work and design. Especially the capacity of power cable and circuit
breaker for outdoor unit should be more than that of electrical
characteristics chapter.

3. All electrical components and materials to be supplied on the site


must comply with the local regulations or international codes.

2. Unit should be grounded in accordance with the local regulations or


applicable national codes.

1. Unit should be installed in compliance with the installation manual in


the product box.

Note

Liquid()
Piping

Heating Capacity

Cooling Capacity

Power supply

76, Seongsan-dong, Changwon City, Gyeongnam,


641-713, Korea
www.lge.com/airconditioner

Control Box

1 / 220V /60 Hz

Liquid pipe connection

Remark

/V/Hz

Gas pipe connection

Technical Specification

Air discharge grille

Part Name

No.

LT-C482MLE0

OUTDOOR UNIT

Dimensions
6CST0-01A

Outdoor unit

1060

360

80

460

Ceiling Cassette

565

273

308

550

900
175

370
80

Outdoor unit
124

370

65

Power & transmission connection


Earth screw

4
5

Piping

LT-H602MLE0

19.05(3/4)

19.05(3/4)

9.52(3/8)

9.52(3/8)

mm(inch)

9.52(3/8)

19.05(3/4)

17.58
60,000

14.06
48,000

kW
Btu/h

mm(inch)

17.58
60,000

17.58
60,000

14.06
48,000

kW
Btu/h

1 / 220V / 60 Hz 1 / 220V / 60 Hz 1 / 220V / 60 Hz


/V/Hz

LT-C602MLE0

Remark

76, Seongsan-dong, Changwon City, Gyeongnam,


641-713, Korea
www.lge.com/airconditioner

CHASSIS CODE : UH

4. Electrical characteristics chapter should be considered for electrical


work and design. Especially the capacity of power cable and circuit
breaker for outdoor unit should be more than that of electrical
characteristics chapter.

3. All electrical components and materials to be supplied on the site


must comply with the local regulations or international codes.

2. Unit should be grounded in accordance with the local regulations or


applicable national codes.

1. Unit should be installed in compliance with the installation manual in


the product box.

Gas()

Liquid()

Heating Capacity

Cooling Capacity

Connections

Note

Model
Power supply

LT-H482MLE0

Liquid pipe connection

Technical Specification

Gas pipe connection

Part Name
Air discharge grille

No.

LT-H482MLE0
LT-C602MLE0
LT-H602MLE0

OUTDOOR UNIT

6CST0-01A
Dimensions

71

1165

1135

395

15

520

Piping diagrams

6CST0-01A

2.1.5 Piping diagrams


Models : LT-C182QLE0
Outdoor Unit
Capillary Tube
Liquid Side
2-Way Valve

Capillary
Tube

Check
Valve

Heat
Exchanger
(Condenser)

Gas Side
3-Way Valve

Compressor

High Pressure S/W

Cooling

72

Ceiling Cassette

Outdoor unit

6CST0-01A

Piping diagrams

Models : LT-H182QLE0
Outdoor Unit
Capillary Tube
Liquid Side
2-Way Valve

Capillary
Tube

Check
Valve

Heat
Exchanger
(Condenser)

Gas Side
Reversing Valve

3-Way Valve

Compressor

Outdoor unit

High Pressure
S/W

Ceiling Cassette

Cooling
Heating

73

Piping diagrams

6CST0-01A

Models : LT-C242PLE0, LT-C302PLE0, LT-C362NLE0

Liquid Side

Capillary Tube

2-Way Valve

Heat
Exchanger
(Condenser)

Gas Side
High Pressure S/W

3-Way Valve
Compressor

Cooling

74

Ceiling Cassette

Outdoor unit

6CST0-01A

Piping diagrams

Models : LT-H242PLE0, LT-H302PLE0


OUTDOOR UNIT
CAPILLARY TUBE
LIQUID SIDE

CAPILLARY TUBE

2-WAY VALVE
CHECK VALVE

HEAT
EXCHANGER
(Condenser)

Th3

GAS SIDE
REVERSING VALVE

3-WAY VALVE
ACCUMULATOR

HIGH PRESSURE S/W


COMPRESSOR

LOC.
Th3

Outdoor unit

Description
Thermistor for condensing temperature

Ceiling Cassette

COOLING
HEATING

PCB Connector
Deice PCB

75

Piping diagrams

6CST0-01A

Models : LT-H362NLE0

Outdoor Unit

Liquid Side

Capillary Tube

2-Way Valve

Heat
Exchanger
(Condenser)

Th3

Gas Side
Reversing Valve

3-Way Valve

High Pressure S/W


Compressor

LOC.
Th3

76

Description
Thermistor for condensing temperature

Ceiling Cassette

Cooling
Heating

PCB Connector
Deice PCB

Outdoor unit

6CST0-01A

Piping diagrams

Models; LT-C482MLE0, LT-C602MLE0

Liquid Side

Capillary Tube

3-Way Valve

Heat
Exchanger
(Condenser)

Gas Side
High Pressure S/W

3-Way Valve
Compressor

Cooling

Outdoor unit

Ceiling Cassette

77

Piping diagrams

6CST0-01A

Models : LT-H482MLE0, LT-H602MLE0

Outdoor Unit

Liquid Side

Capillary Tube

3-Way Valve

Heat
Exchanger
(Condenser)

Th3

Gas Side
Reversing Valve

3-Way Valve

High Pressure S/W


Compressor

LOC.
Th3

78

Description
Thermistor for condensing temperature

Ceiling Cassette

Cooling
Heating

PCB Connector
Deice PCB

Outdoor unit

6CST0-01A

Wiring diagrams

2.1.6 Wiring diagrams


Models : LT-C182QLE0

Comp Capacitor

Fan Capacitor

Terminal
Block

Magnetic Switch

Fuse

Outdoor unit

Ceiling Cassette

79

Wiring diagrams

6CST0-01A

Models : LT-H182QLE0

Defrost PCB

Comp Capacitor

Fan Capacitor

Fuse

Terminal
Block

Magnetic Switch

80

Ceiling Cassette

Outdoor unit

6CST0-01A

Wiring diagrams

Models : LT-C242PLE0

Comp/Fan Capacitor (Dual)

Terminal
Block

Fuse

Magnetic Switch

Outdoor unit

Ceiling Cassette

81

Wiring diagrams

6CST0-01A

Models : LT-C302PLE0

Relay

Comp/Fan Capacitor

Terminal
Block

82

Ceiling Cassette

Outdoor unit

6CST0-01A

Wiring diagrams

Models : LT-H242PLE0, LT-H302PLE0

Outdoor unit

Ceiling Cassette

83

Wiring diagrams

6CST0-01A

Models : LT-C362NLE0

3Min. delay PCB

Comp Capacitor

Fan Capacitor
Magnetic
Switch

Terminal Block

84

Ceiling Cassette

Outdoor unit

6CST0-01A

Wiring diagrams

Models : LT-H362NLE0

Outdoor unit

Ceiling Cassette

85

Wiring diagrams

6CST0-01A

Models : LT-C482MLE0

Fan Capacitor
Terminal
Block

P.T.C

Comp Capacitor

86

Magnetic
Switch

Ceiling Cassette

Outdoor unit

6CST0-01A

Wiring diagrams

Models : LT-H482MLE0

Compressor
Capacitor

P.T.C

Magnetic
Switch

Deice PCB

Fan Motor
Relay

Terminal
Block

Fan Capacitor

Outdoor unit

Ceiling Cassette

87

Wiring diagrams

6CST0-01A

Models : LT-C602MLE0

Compressor
capacitor

Magnetic
Switch

Indoor
connecting
wire terminal

Motor
Capacitor

Main Power
Terminal

88

Ceiling Cassette

Outdoor unit

6CST0-01A

Wiring diagrams

Models : LT-H602MLE0

Compressor
Capacitor

P.T.C

Magnetic
Switch

Deice PCB

Fan Motor
Relay

Terminal
Block
Fan Capacitor

Outdoor unit

Ceiling Cassette

89

Capacity tables

6CST0-01A

2.1.7 Capacity tables


[Cooling capacity]
Models: LT-C182QLE0
Indoor Air
Temperature
CWB CDB TC
14
20 4.28
16
22 4.99
18
25 5.57
19
27 5.83
22
30 6.40
24
32 6.64

20
SHC
3.31
3.76
4.09
4.23
4.49
4.56

PI
1.22
1.24
1.26
1.28
1.29
1.31

TC
4.19
4.89
5.45
5.71
6.26
6.50

25
SHC
3.28
3.72
4.05
4.18
4.43
4.50

TC
4.19
4.89
5.45
5.71
6.26
6.50

25
SHC
3.28
3.72
4.05
4.18
4.43
4.50

TC
5.61
6.54
7.30
7.64
8.38
8.70

25
SHC
4.51
5.11
5.55
5.74
6.08
6.18

TC
5.61
6.54
7.30
7.64
8.38
8.70

25
SHC
4.31
4.89
5.31
5.49
5.81
5.90

PI
1.44
1.47
1.49
1.51
1.53
1.56

Outdoor Air Temperature (CDB)


32
35
TC SHC PI
TC SHC PI
3.99 3.19 1.68 3.87 3.13 1.77
4.66 3.62 1.71 4.52 3.54 1.80
5.20 3.92 1.74 5.04 3.83 1.83
5.44 4.05 1.77 5.28 3.96 1.86
5.97 4.28 1.79 5.79 4.18 1.88
6.19 4.34 1.81 6.01 4.24 1.91

TC
3.73
4.35
4.85
5.08
5.57
5.78

40
SHC
3.06
3.45
3.74
3.86
4.06
4.11

PI
1.89
1.92
1.95
1.98
2.00
2.03

TC
3.64
4.25
4.74
4.96
5.45
5.65

43
SHC
3.02
3.40
3.68
3.79
3.99
4.04

PI
1.95
1.98
2.01
2.04
2.07
2.10

PI
1.44
1.47
1.49
1.51
1.53
1.56

Outdoor Air Temperature (CDB)


32
35
TC SHC PI
TC SHC PI
3.99 3.19 1.68 3.87 3.13 1.77
4.66 3.62 1.71 4.52 3.54 1.80
5.20 3.92 1.74 5.04 3.83 1.83
5.44 4.05 1.77 5.28 3.96 1.86
5.97 4.28 1.79 5.79 4.18 1.88
6.19 4.34 1.81 6.01 4.24 1.91

TC
3.73
4.35
4.85
5.08
5.57
5.78

40
SHC
3.06
3.45
3.74
3.86
4.06
4.11

PI
1.89
1.92
1.95
1.98
2.00
2.03

TC
3.64
4.25
4.74
4.96
5.45
5.65

43
SHC
3.02
3.40
3.68
3.79
3.99
4.04

PI
1.95
1.98
2.01
2.04
2.07
2.10

PI
1.94
1.97
2.00
2.04
2.06
2.09

Outdoor Air Temperature (CDB)


32
35
TC SHC PI
TC SHC PI
5.34 4.38 2.26 5.18 4.29 2.38
6.23 4.96 2.30 6.05 4.86 2.42
6.96 5.38 2.33 6.75 5.26 2.46
7.28 5.56 2.37 7.06 5.43 2.50
7.99 5.87 2.40 7.75 5.74 2.53
8.29 5.96 2.44 8.04 5.81 2.57

TC
4.99
5.82
6.50
6.80
7.46
7.75

40
SHC
4.20
4.74
5.13
5.29
5.58
5.65

PI
2.54
2.58
2.61
2.66
2.69
2.73

TC
4.88
5.69
6.35
6.64
7.29
7.57

43
SHC
4.14
4.67
5.05
5.21
5.48
5.54

PI
2.62
2.66
2.70
2.75
2.78
2.82

PI
1.94
1.97
2.00
2.04
2.06
2.09

Outdoor Air Temperature (CDB)


32
35
TC SHC PI
TC SHC PI
5.34 4.19 2.26 5.18 4.10 2.38
6.23 4.74 2.30 6.05 4.64 2.42
6.96 5.15 2.33 6.75 5.03 2.46
7.28 5.31 2.37 7.06 5.19 2.50
7.99 5.62 2.40 7.75 5.48 2.53
8.29 5.70 2.44 8.04 5.56 2.57

TC
4.99
5.82
6.50
6.80
7.46
7.75

40
SHC
4.01
4.53
4.90
5.06
5.33
5.40

TC
4.88
5.69
6.35
6.64
7.29
7.57

43
SHC
3.96
4.46
4.83
4.98
5.24
5.30

PI
2.62
2.66
2.70
2.75
2.78
2.82

Models: LT-H182QLE0
Indoor Air
Temperature
CWB CDB TC
14
20 4.28
16
22 4.99
18
25 5.57
19
27 5.83
22
30 6.40
24
32 6.64

20
SHC
3.31
3.76
4.09
4.23
4.49
4.56

PI
1.22
1.24
1.26
1.28
1.29
1.31

Models: LT-C242PLE0
Indoor Air
Temperature
CWB CDB TC
14
20 5.73
16
22 6.68
18
25 7.46
19
27 7.81
22
30 8.57
24
32 8.89

20
SHC
4.55
5.17
5.62
5.81
6.16
6.26

PI
1.64
1.66
1.69
1.72
1.74
1.76

Models: LT-H242PLE0
Indoor Air
Temperature
CWB CDB TC
14
20 5.73
16
22 6.68
18
25 7.46
19
27 7.81
22
30 8.57
24
32 8.89

20
SHC
4.35
4.94
5.37
5.55
5.89
5.98

PI
1.64
1.66
1.69
1.72
1.74
1.76

Notes:
1. Capacities are based on the following conditions.
Corresponding refrigerant piping length : 7.5m
Level difference : 0m

90

PI
2.54
2.58
2.61
2.66
2.69
2.73

2. TC : Total Capacity (kW)


PI
: Power Input (kW)
SHC : Sensible Heat Capacity (kW)

Ceiling Cassette

Outdoor unit

6CST0-01A

Capacity tables

Models: LT-C302PLE0
Indoor Air
Temperature

20
CWB CDB TC SHC
14
20 7.13 5.67
16
22 8.32 6.44
18
25 9.28 7.00
19
27 9.72 7.24
22
30 10.66 7.68
24
32 11.07 7.80

25
PI
TC SHC
1.95 6.98 5.62
1.98 8.14 6.37
2.01 9.09 6.92
2.05 9.51 7.15
2.07 10.44 7.58
2.10 10.83 7.70

PI
2.31
2.35
2.39
2.43
2.46
2.49

Outdoor Air Temperature (CDB)


32
35
TC SHC PI
TC SHC PI
6.65 5.47 2.70 6.45 5.35 2.84
7.76 6.19 2.74 7.53 6.05 2.89
8.66 6.71 2.78 8.40 6.56 2.93
9.06 6.93 2.83 8.79 6.77 2.98
9.95 7.32 2.87 9.65 7.15 3.02
10.32 7.43 2.91 10.01 7.25 3.06

TC
6.21
7.25
8.09
8.47
9.29
9.64

40
SHC
5.23
5.91
6.40
6.60
6.95
7.04

PI
3.02
3.07
3.12
3.17
3.21
3.26

TC
6.07
7.08
7.90
8.27
9.08
9.42

43
SHC
5.16
5.82
6.29
6.49
6.83
6.91

PI
3.12
3.17
3.22
3.27
3.32
3.36

PI
2.31
2.35
2.39
2.43
2.46
2.49

Outdoor Air Temperature (CDB)


32
35
TC SHC PI
TC SHC PI
6.65 5.54 2.70 6.45 5.42 2.84
7.76 6.27 2.74 7.53 6.13 2.89
8.66 6.80 2.78 8.40 6.65 2.93
9.06 7.02 2.83 8.79 6.86 2.98
9.95 7.42 2.87 9.65 7.24 3.02
10.32 7.52 2.91 10.01 7.34 3.06

TC
6.21
7.25
8.09
8.47
9.29
9.64

40
SHC
5.30
5.99
6.48
6.68
7.04
7.13

PI
3.02
3.07
3.12
3.17
3.21
3.26

TC
6.07
7.08
7.90
8.27
9.08
9.42

43
SHC
5.23
5.90
6.37
6.57
6.92
7.00

PI
3.12
3.17
3.22
3.27
3.32
3.36

PI
2.76
2.80
2.84
2.89
2.93
2.97

Outdoor Air Temperature (CDB)


32
35
40
TC SHC PI
TC SHC PI
TC SHC
7.98 6.64 3.21 7.74 6.51 3.39 7.46 6.36
9.31 7.52 3.26 9.03 7.36 3.44 8.70 7.19
10.39 8.16 3.31 10.08 7.97 3.49 9.71 7.77
10.88 8.42 3.37 10.55 8.23 3.55 10.16 8.02
11.94 8.90 3.41 11.58 8.69 3.60 11.15 8.45
12.39 9.03 3.46 12.02 8.81 3.65 11.57 8.56

43
PI
TC SHC
3.60 7.28 6.27
3.66 8.50 7.08
3.71 9.48 7.65
3.78 9.92 7.89
3.82 10.89 8.30
3.88 11.30 8.40

PI
3.72
3.78
3.84
3.90
3.95
4.01

PI
2.80
2.84
2.88
2.93
2.97
3.01

Outdoor Air Temperature (CDB)


32
35
40
TC SHC PI
TC SHC PI
TC SHC
7.98 6.45 3.26 7.74 6.31 3.43 7.46 6.18
9.31 7.30 3.31 9.03 7.14 3.49 8.70 6.97
10.39 7.92 3.36 10.08 7.74 3.54 9.71 7.55
10.88 8.17 3.42 10.55 7.99 3.60 10.16 7.78
11.94 8.64 3.46 11.58 8.43 3.65 11.15 8.20
12.39 8.76 3.51 12.02 8.55 3.70 11.57 8.31

43
PI
TC SHC
3.65 7.28 6.09
3.71 8.50 6.87
3.77 9.48 7.42
3.83 9.92 7.65
3.88 10.89 8.06
3.93 11.30 8.15

PI
3.77
3.83
3.89
3.96
4.01
4.06

Models: LT-H302PLE0
Indoor Air
Temperature

20
CWB CDB TC SHC
14
20 7.13 5.74
16
22 8.32 6.52
18
25 9.28 7.09
19
27 9.72 7.33
22
30 10.66 7.78
24
32 11.07 7.91

25
PI
TC SHC
1.95 6.98 5.69
1.98 8.14 6.46
2.01 9.09 7.01
2.05 9.51 7.25
2.07 10.44 7.68
2.10 10.83 7.80

Models: LT-C362NLE0
Indoor Air
Temperature
CWB CDB TC
14
20 8.56
16
22 9.98
18
25 11.14
19
27 11.66
22
30 12.80
24
32 13.28

20
SHC
6.89
7.83
8.51
8.80
9.33
9.49

PI
2.33
2.36
2.40
2.44
2.47
2.51

TC
8.38
9.77
10.90
11.41
12.52
13.00

25
SHC
6.83
7.75
8.42
8.70
9.21
9.36

Models: LT-H362NLE0
Indoor Air
Temperature
CWB CDB TC
14
20 8.56
16
22 9.98
18
25 11.14
19
27 11.66
22
30 12.80
24
32 13.28

20
SHC
6.69
7.60
8.26
8.54
9.06
9.21

PI
2.36
2.40
2.43
2.47
2.50
2.54

TC
8.38
9.77
10.90
11.41
12.52
13.00

25
SHC
6.63
7.52
8.17
8.44
8.94
9.08

Notes:
1. Capacities are based on the following conditions.
Corresponding refrigerant piping length : 7.5m
Level difference : 0m

Outdoor unit

2. TC : Total Capacity (kW)


PI
: Power Input (kW)
SHC : Sensible Heat Capacity (kW)

Ceiling Cassette

91

Capacity tables

6CST0-01A

Models: LT-C482MLE0

PI
3.88
3.94
4.00
4.07
4.12
4.18

Outdoor Air Temperature (CDB)


32
35
TC SHC PI
TC SHC PI
10.64 8.82 4.53 10.32 8.64 4.77
12.42 9.99 4.60 12.05 9.77 4.84
13.86 10.83 4.67 13.44 10.59 4.92
14.50 11.19 4.75 14.06 10.93 5.00
15.91 11.82 4.81 15.44 11.54 5.06
16.51 11.99 4.88 16.02 11.70 5.14

TC
9.94
11.60
12.94
13.54
14.86
15.43

40
SHC
8.45
9.54
10.33
10.65
11.22
11.37

PI
5.07
5.15
5.23
5.32
5.39
5.46

TC
9.71
11.33
12.64
13.23
14.52
15.07

43
SHC
8.33
9.40
10.16
10.48
11.03
11.16

PI
5.24
5.32
5.40
5.49
5.56
5.65

20
25
CWB CDB TC SHC PI
TC SHC PI
14
20 11.41 9.07 3.28 11.17 8.99 3.88
16
22 13.31 10.30 3.33 13.03 10.20 3.94
18
25 14.85 11.20 3.38 14.54 11.08 4.00
19
27 15.55 11.58 3.43 15.22 11.45 4.07
22
30 17.06 12.28 3.48 16.70 12.12 4.12
24
32 17.71 12.49 3.53 17.33 12.32 4.18

Outdoor Air Temperature (CDB)


32
35
TC SHC PI
TC SHC PI
10.64 8.74 4.53 10.32 8.56 4.77
12.42 9.90 4.60 12.05 9.69 4.84
13.86 10.74 4.67 13.44 10.50 4.92
14.50 11.09 4.75 14.06 10.83 5.00
15.91 11.72 4.81 15.44 11.44 5.06
16.51 11.88 4.88 16.02 11.60 5.14

TC
9.94
11.60
12.94
13.54
14.86
15.43

40
SHC
8.38
9.46
10.23
10.56
11.12
11.26

PI
5.07
5.15
5.23
5.32
5.39
5.46

TC
9.71
11.33
12.64
13.23
14.52
15.07

43
SHC
8.26
9.31
10.07
10.38
10.93
11.06

PI
5.24
5.32
5.40
5.49
5.56
5.65

Outdoor Air Temperature (CDB)


32
35
TC SHC PI
TC SHC PI
13.30 10.42 5.66 12.91 10.20 5.96
15.52 11.80 5.75 15.06 11.54 6.05
17.32 12.79 5.83 16.80 12.51 6.15
18.13 13.21 5.93 17.58 12.91 6.25
19.89 13.96 6.01 19.30 13.63 6.33
20.64 14.16 6.10 20.03 13.82 6.42

TC
12.43
14.50
16.18
16.93
18.58
19.28

40
SHC
9.98
11.27
12.19
12.58
13.25
13.42

PI
6.34
6.44
6.54
6.65
6.73
6.83

TC
12.14
14.16
15.80
16.54
18.15
18.84

43
SHC
9.84
11.10
12.00
12.37
13.02
13.18

PI
6.55
6.65
6.75
6.87
6.96
7.06

Outdoor Air Temperature (CDB)


32
35
TC SHC PI
TC SHC PI
13.30 10.29 5.66 12.91 10.08 5.96
15.52 11.65 5.75 15.06 11.40 6.05
17.32 12.64 5.83 16.80 12.35 6.15
18.13 13.05 5.93 17.58 12.75 6.25
19.89 13.79 6.01 19.30 13.46 6.33
20.64 13.99 6.10 20.03 13.65 6.42

TC
12.43
14.50
16.18
16.93
18.58
19.28

40
SHC
9.86
11.13
12.04
12.42
13.09
13.26

PI
6.34
6.44
6.54
6.65
6.73
6.83

TC
12.14
14.16
15.80
16.54
18.15
18.84

43
SHC
9.72
10.96
11.85
12.22
12.86
13.01

PI
6.55
6.65
6.75
6.87
6.96
7.06

Indoor Air
Temperature
CWB CDB TC
14
20 11.41
16
22 13.31
18
25 14.85
19
27 15.55
22
30 17.06
24
32 17.71

20
SHC
9.15
10.39
11.30
11.69
12.40
12.60

PI
3.28
3.33
3.38
3.43
3.48
3.53

TC
11.17
13.03
14.54
15.22
16.70
17.33

25
SHC
9.07
10.29
11.18
11.55
12.24
12.43

Models: LT-H482MLE0
Indoor Air
Temperature

Models: LT-C602MLE0
Indoor Air
Temperature

20
25
CWB CDB TC SHC PI
TC SHC PI
14
20 14.26 10.81 4.10 13.96 10.71 4.85
16
22 16.64 12.27 4.16 16.29 12.15 4.93
18
25 18.57 13.35 4.22 18.17 13.20 5.00
19
27 19.43 13.80 4.29 19.02 13.64 5.09
22
30 21.33 14.64 4.35 20.87 14.45 5.15
24
32 22.13 14.88 4.41 21.66 14.67 5.23

Models: LT-H602MLE0
Indoor Air
Temperature

20
25
CWB CDB TC SHC PI
TC SHC PI
14
20 14.26 10.68 4.10 13.96 10.58 4.85
16
22 16.64 12.12 4.16 16.29 12.00 4.93
18
25 18.57 13.18 4.22 18.17 13.04 5.00
19
27 19.43 13.63 4.29 19.02 13.47 5.09
22
30 21.33 14.46 4.35 20.87 14.27 5.15
24
32 22.13 14.70 4.41 21.66 14.49 5.23
Notes:
1. Capacities are based on the following conditions.
Corresponding refrigerant piping length : 7.5m
Level difference : 0m

92

2. TC : Total Capacity (kW)


PI
: Power Input (kW)
SHC : Sensible Heat Capacity (kW)

Ceiling Cassette

Outdoor unit

6CST0-01A

Capacity tables

[Heating capacity]
Models: LT-H182QLE0
Outdoor Air Temperature : CWB

Indoor Air
Temperature(C)

-10

-5

10

15

CDB

TC

PI

TC

PI

TC

PI

TC

PI

TC

PI

TC

PI

TC

PI

TC

16

3.56

1.3

4.2

1.42

4.86

1.55

5.1

1.59

5.35

1.64

5.65

1.67

6.11

1.76

6.75

1.88

18

3.45

1.34

4.07 1.47

4.7

1.6

4.94

1.65

5.18

1.7

5.47

1.72

5.92

1.82

6.53

1.94

20

3.35

1.39

3.94 1.51

4.56

1.65 4.79

1.7

5.02

1.75

5.28

1.78

5.74

1.88

6.34

2.01

22

3.23

1.43

3.8

1.56

4.4

1.7

4.62

1.75

4.84

1.81

5.12

1.84

5.54

1.94

6.11

2.07

24

3.12

1.47

3.67 1.61

4.25

1.75 4.46

1.81

4.67

1.86

4.94

1.89

5.35

1.99

5.9

2.14

PI

Models: LT-H242PLE0
Outdoor Air Temperature : CWB

Indoor Air
Temperature(C)

-10

-5

CDB

TC

PI

TC

16

4.77

1.86

5.62 2.03

6.50

18

4.62

1.92

5.44 2.10

6.29

20

4.48

1.99

5.28 2.17

22

4.32

2.05

24

4.17

2.11

PI

TC

2
PI

TC

10

15

PI

TC

PI

TC

PI

TC

PI

TC

PI

2.21 6.83

2.28

7.15

2.35

7.56

2.39

8.18

2.52

9.03

2.69

2.29 6.61

2.36

6.93

2.43

7.32

2.47

7.92

2.60

8.74

2.79

6.11

2.36 6.41

2.44

6.72

2.51

7.06

2.55

7.69

2.69

8.48

2.88

5.09 2.24

5.89

2.44 6.18

2.51

6.48

2.59

6.84

2.63

7.41

2.77

8.18

2.97

4.91 2.31

5.68

2.51 5.97

2.59

6.26

2.67

6.61

2.71

7.15

2.86

7.90

3.06

Models: LT-H302PLE0
Outdoor Air Temperature : CWB

Indoor Air
Temperature(C)

-10

-5

10

15

CDB

TC

PI

TC

PI

TC

PI

TC

PI

16

5.94

2.23

6.99 2.44

8.09

2.66 8.50

2.74

8.90

2.82

9.41

2.87 10.18 3.02 11.24 3.23

18

5.75

2.31

6.77 2.52

7.83

2.75 8.23

2.83

8.62

2.92

9.11

2.97

9.86

3.12 10.89 3.34

20

5.58

2.38

6.57 2.60

7.60

2.84 7.98

2.92

8.37

3.01

8.79

3.06

9.57

3.22 10.56 3.45

22

5.38

2.46

6.33 2.69

7.33

2.93 7.70

3.02

8.06

3.11

8.52

3.16

9.22

3.33 10.18 3.56

24

5.19

2.53

6.12 2.77

7.08

3.02 7.43

3.11

7.79

3.20

8.23

3.26

8.91

3.43

PI

TC

PI

TC

TC

PI

TC

PI

9.83

3.67

Models: LT-H362NLE0
Outdoor Air Temperature : CWB

Indoor Air
Temperature(C)

-10

-5

10

15

CDB

TC

PI

TC

16

7.12

2.19

8.39 2.39

9.71

2.60 10.20

2.68 10.68

2.76 11.29 2.81 12.22 2.96 13.49 3.17

18

6.90

2.26

8.13 2.47

9.40

2.69 9.87

2.77 10.35

2.86 10.93 2.91 11.83 3.06 13.06 3.28

20

6.69

2.34

7.88 2.55

9.12

2.78 9.58

2.87 10.04

2.95 10.55 3.00 11.48 3.16 12.67 3.39

22

6.45

2.41

7.60 2.63

8.79

2.87 9.23

2.96

9.68

3.05 10.22 3.10 11.07 3.26 12.22 3.49

24

6.23

2.48

7.34 2.71

8.49

2.96 8.92

3.05

9.34

3.14

Outdoor unit

PI

TC

PI

TC

PI

Ceiling Cassette

TC

PI

TC

9.87

PI

TC

PI

TC

PI

3.19 10.69 3.36 11.80 3.60

93

Capacity tables

6CST0-01A

Models: LT-H482MLE0
Outdoor Air Temperature : CWB

Indoor Air
Temperature(C)

-10

-5

10

15

CDB

TC

PI

16

9.50

3.28 11.19 3.59 12.95

3.91 13.60

4.03 14.25

4.15 15.05 4.22 16.30 4.44 17.99 4.76

18

9.20

3.39 10.84 3.71 12.54

4.04 13.17

4.16 13.80

4.29 14.58 4.36 15.78 4.59 17.42 4.92

20

8.92

3.50 10.51 3.83 12.16

4.17 12.77

4.30 13.38

4.43 14.06 4.50 15.31 4.74 16.90 5.08

22

8.60

3.62 10.13 3.95 11.72

4.30 12.31

4.44 12.90

4.57 13.63 4.65 14.76 4.89 16.29 5.24

24

8.31

3.73

4.44 11.89

4.57 12.46

4.71 13.16 4.79 14.25 5.04 15.73 5.40

TC

PI

TC

PI

9.78 4.07 11.32

TC

PI

TC

PI

TC

PI

TC

PI

TC

PI

Models: LT-H602MLE0
Outdoor Air Temperature : CWB

Indoor Air
Temperature(C)

94

-10

-5

10

15

CDB

TC

16

11.88

4.01 13.99 4.38 16.19

4.77 17.00

4.92 17.81

5.07 18.82 5.16 20.38 5.43 22.49 5.81

18

11.50

4.15 13.55 4.53 15.67

4.94 16.46

5.09 17.25

5.24 18.23 5.33 19.73 5.61 21.78 6.01

20

11.16

4.28 13.14 4.68 15.21

5.10 15.97

5.25 16.74

5.41 17.58 5.50 19.14 5.79 21.13 6.21

22

10.76

4.42 12.67 4.83 14.66

5.26 15.40

5.42 16.13

5.58 17.05 5.68 18.45 5.98 20.37 6.40

24

10.39

4.55 12.24 4.98 14.16

5.42 14.87

5.59 15.58

5.76 16.46 5.85 17.82 6.16 19.67 6.60

PI

TC

PI

TC

PI

TC

PI

Ceiling Cassette

TC

PI

TC

PI

TC

PI

TC

PI

Outdoor unit

6CST0-01A

Operation range

2.1.8 Operation range

Cooling

Heating

Continuous
operation

21

24
Operation
Warming up

Outdoor Unit [ C DB]

Outdoor Unit [ C DB]

54

Continuous
operation

0
Operative
-5

18

32

16

30

Indoor Unit [ C DB]

Indoor Unit [ C DB]

Operative: Intermittent operation according to operation


condition (indoor/outdoor temperature, humidity,
and load) the heating capacity can be drop

Outdoor unit

Ceiling Cassette

95

Capacity coefficient factor

6CST0-01A

2.1.9 Capacity coefficient factor


Cooling
18kBtu/h
Main piping length(m)

7.5

10

20

30

Rate of change
in cooling capacity(%)

100

98.2

90.9

83.6

Main piping length(m)

7.5

10

20

30

Rate of change
in cooling capacity(%)

100.0

98.4

92.0

85.6

Main piping length(m)

7.5

10

20

30

Rate of change
in cooling capacity(%)

100.0

99.0

95.0

91.0

LT-C242PLE0

LT-H242PLE0

30kBtu/h
Main piping length(m)

7.5

10

20

30

40

50

Rate of change
in cooling capacity(%)

100.0

98.0

93.0

87.5

84.0

78.0

Main piping length(m)

7.5

10

20

30

40

50

Rate of change
in cooling capacity(%)

100.0

98.0

93.0

87.5

84.0

78.0

Main piping length(m)

7.5

10

20

30

40

50

Rate of change
in cooling capacity(%)

100.0

98.0

93.0

87.5

84.0

78.0

Main piping length(m)

7.5

10

20

30

40

50

Rate of change
in cooling capacity(%)

100.0

98.0

93.0

87.5

84.0

78.0

36kBtu/h

48kBtu/h

60kBtu/h

Capacity(%)

100

LT-H242PLE0

90

18k
LT-C242PLE0

80

70
7.5

30k / 36k / 48k / 60k

10

20

30

40

50

Total pipe length(m)


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Heating
18kBtu/h
Main piping length(m)

7.5

10

20

30

Rate of change
in cooling capacity(%)

100.0

99.0

95.2

91.3

Main piping length(m)

7.5

10

20

30

Rate of change
in cooling capacity(%)

100.0

99.4

97.2

95.2

24kBtu/h

30kBtu/h
Main piping length(m)

7.5

10

20

30

40

50

Rate of change
in cooling capacity(%)

100.0

99.5

97.6

95.7

93.8

91.9

Main piping length(m)

7.5

10

20

30

40

50

Rate of change
in cooling capacity(%)

100.0

99.5

97.6

95.6

93.6

91.7

Main piping length(m)

7.5

10

20

30

40

50

Rate of change
in cooling capacity(%)

100.0

99.5

97.6

95.7

93.8

91.9

Main piping length(m)

7.5

10

20

30

40

50

Rate of change
in cooling capacity(%)

100.0

99.4

97.2

94.9

92.7

90.4

36kBtu/h

48kBtu/h

60kBtu/h

100

Capacity(%)

24k
30k/36k/48k
60k

18k

90

80

70
7.5

10

20

30

40

50

Total pipe length(m)


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2.1.10 Electric characteristics


Units
Model

Type

Compressor

Power supply
Hz

Volts

OFM

Voltage range MCA

MOP

MSC

RLA

kW

FLA

LT-C182QLE0

11.8

20.4

52.0

8.6

0.16

1.00

LT-C242PLE0

14.3

25.7

55.0

11.4

0.16

1.00

LT-C302PLE0

17.5

31.5

74.0

14.0

0.16

1.00

LT-C362NLE0

20.0

36.0

92.0

16.0

0.16

1.00

LT-C482MLE0

30.0

54.0

159.0

24.0

0.24

1.50

33.8

60.8

179.0

27.0

0.32

2.00

11.8

20.4

52.0

8.6

0.16

1.00

LT-H242PLE0

14.8

25.8

52.0

11.0

0.16

1.0

LT-H302PLE0

18.5

32.5

74.0

14.0

0.16

1.0

LT-H362NLE0

21.0

37.0

92.0

16.0

0.16

1.0

LT-H482MLE0

27.0

47.0

139.0

20.0

0.32

2.0

LT-H602MLE0

32.0

56.0

179.0

24.0

0.32

2.0

LT-C602MLE0
LT-H182QLE0

Single
CAC

60

220

Min : 198
Max : 242

Note:

(Example)

1. Voltage range
Voltage supplied to the unit terminals should be within the
minimum and maximum range

Selection of proper breaker

2. Maximum allowable voltage unbalance between phase is


2%
3. MCA / MOP

Model : LT-C242PLE0 - Rated running current : 11.4 A


(refer to spec. sheet)
MCA = (1.25 x Load1) + Load2 + Load3
= (1.25 x 11.4) + 0 + 1.0 = 14.25 A
MOP = (2.25 x Load1) + Load2 + Load3
= (2.25 x 11.4) + 0 + 1.0 = 25.65 A

MCA = (1.25 x Load1) + Load2 + Load3


MOP = (2.25 x Load1) + Load2 + Load3
- Load1 : Rated running current of largest motor
(compressor or other motor)
- Load2 : sum of current for all other motors
- Load3 : any other load rated 1.0A or more

Finally select circuit breaker 30A


MCA : Minimum Circuit Amperes (A)

4. Select wire spec. based on the MCA

MOP : Maximum rating over current protective device

5. Select proper circuit breaker as given below


MCA < circuit breaker MOP

MSC : Maximum Starting Current

6. Recommended circuit breaker is ELCB (Earth Leakage


circuit breaker)

OFM : Outdoor Fan Motor

7. MSC & RLA are measured as the compressor only test


condition.

FLA : Full Load Amperes (A)

RLA : Rated Load Amperes (A)


kW : Fan Motor rated output (kW)

8. OFM is measured as the outdoor unit test condition

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2.1.11 Sound levels


Overall
Notes:
- Sound measured at 1m away from the center of the unit.
- Data is valid at free field condition.
- Data is valid at nominal operation condition.
- Reference accoustic pressure 0dB=20Pa.
- Sound level will vary depending on a range of factors such as
the construction(acoustic absorption coefficient) of particular
room in which the equipment is installed.
- The operating conditions are assumed to be standard(KS conditions).

1m
Microphone

1m

Sound levels[dB(A)]
H
53
55
58
58
60
62

Model
LT-C182QLE0
LT-C242PLE0
LT-C302PLE0
LT-C362NLE0
LT-C482MLE0
LT-C602MLE0

Sound levels[dB(A)]
H
53
56
58
58
62
62

Model
LT-H182QLE0
LT-H242PLE0
LT-H302PLE0
LT-H362NLE0
LT-H482MLE0
LT-H602MLE0

LT-C182QLE0
LT-H182QLE0

LT-C242PLE0

80

80

80

70

70

70

NC-55

50
NC-50
NC-45

40

NC-40
NC-35

30

NC-30

Appr oximate
Hearing
Thr eshold

NC-55

50
NC-50
NC-45

40
NC-40
NC-35

30
NC-30

Approximate
Hearing
Threshold

NC-15

125

250

500

1000

2000

4000

63

80

70

70

50
NC-50
NC-45

40
NC-40
NC-35

30
NC-30

NC-25

20

Approximate
Hearing
Threshold

Octave Band Sound Pressure Level (dB re 20Pa )

Octave Band Sound Pressure Level (dB re 20Pa )

80

NC-55

125

250

500

1000

2000

4000

250

500

1000

2000

4000

Octave Band Center Frequency (Hz)

Outdoor unit

8000

NC-30

NC-25

Approximate
Hearing
Threshold

NC-20

63

NC-15

125

250

500

1000

2000

4000

8000

Octave Band Center Frequency (Hz)

80

NC-65

NC-60
NC-55

50
NC-50
NC-45

40

NC-40
NC-35

30

NC-30

NC-25

20

Appr oximate
Hearing
Thr eshold

NC-15

125

NC-35

30

LT-C482MLE0
LT-H482MLE0

63

70

NC-65

60
NC-60
NC-55

50
NC-50

NC-15

125

250

500

1000

2000

4000

Octave Band Center Frequency (Hz)

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NC-45

40

NC-40
NC-35

30

NC-30

NC-25

20

Appr oximate
Hearing
Thr eshold

NC-20

10
63

NC-40

8000

60

NC-20

10

NC-45

40

NC-15

LT-C362NLE0
LT-H362NLE0

NC-60

NC-50

Octave Band Center Frequency (Hz)

LT-C302PLE0
LT-H302PLE0

NC-65

NC-55

10

Octave Band Center Frequency (Hz)

60

NC-60

50

NC-20

10

8000

NC-65

60

20

20

NC-20

10
63

NC-60

NC-25

NC-25

20

NC-65

60

Octave Band Sound Pressure Level (dB re 20Pa )

NC-60

LT-H242PLE0

Octave Band Sound Pressure Level (dB re 20Pa )

NC-65

60

Octave Band Sound Pressure Level (dB re 20Pa )

Octave Band Sound Pressure Level (dB re 20Pa )

Sound pressure level

NC-20
NC-15

10
63

125

250

500

1000

2000

4000

Octave Band Center Frequency (Hz)

8000

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LT-C602MLE0
LT-H602MLE0
Octave Band Sound Pressure Level (dB re 20Pa )

80

70

NC-65

60
NC-60
NC-55

50
NC-50
NC-45

40

NC-40
NC-35

30

NC-30

NC-25

20

Appr oximate
Hearing
Thr eshold

NC-20
NC-15

10
63

100

125

250

500

1000

2000

4000

Octave Band Center Frequency (Hz)

8000

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Part 3 Design and installation


1. General installation guidelines ........................................................102
1.1 Installation process & guidelines ....................................................................102
1.2 Checking the drawing ......................................................................................103
1.3 Application guidelines......................................................................................104

2. Guideline for each installation process ..........................................107


2.1 Sleeve and inserting work................................................................................107
2.2 Refrigerant piping work....................................................................................110
2.3 Drain piping work ............................................................................................119
2.4 Insulation work.................................................................................................125
2.5 Electrical work .................................................................................................129
2.6 Air tight test......................................................................................................131
2.7 Vacuum drying.................................................................................................135
2.8 Additional charge of refrigerant .......................................................................140
2.9 Trial test run operation .....................................................................................141

3. Installation of indoor unit ................................................................143


3.1 Safety precautions ...........................................................................................143
3.2 Ceiling cassette 4-way.....................................................................................148

4. Installation of outdoor Unit .............................................................158


4.1 Safety precautions ...........................................................................................158
4.2 Introduction......................................................................................................164
4.3 Foundation.......................................................................................................165
4.4 Settlement of the outdoor unit .........................................................................167
4.5 Selection of the best location...........................................................................167
4.6 Clearance space..............................................................................................168
4.7 Outdoor unit piping ..........................................................................................171
4.8 Outdoor unit installation requirements .............................................................172
4.9 Outdoor unit cabin ...........................................................................................175
4.10 Installation guide at the seaside ....................................................................177

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1. General installation guidelines


1.1 Installation process & Guidelines
Striking a balance between system installation & General construction work.
Construction work

Air conditioning work


Setting sleeve and insert work details

Preparation of
contract drawing

Fitting of steel sleeves

Moulding box and


reinforcement work

Sleeve and insert work

Removal of moulding boxes

Installation of indoor unit


Refrigerant piping work
Drain piping work
Duct work
Insulation work
Electrical work

Ceiling preparations
Building rooftop
Outdoor unit foundation work
Installation of outdoor unit
Air tight test
Vacuum drying
Additional charge of refrigerant
Fit decoration panels
Cleaning inside and outside

Test run
T.A.B and final report
Transfer to customer with
explanation

Energization

1. The division of the work should be thoroughly clarified.


2. keep a constant check on the progress of the construction work to avoid deviations from the air conditioning work schedule.
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Checking the drawing

1.2 Checking the drawing


Installation procedure

Remarks

Determination of work scope

Check and confirm required load calculation,


model selection, drawings etc.

Preparation of contract drawings

Make relationships between outdoor ,indoor


controller and option connection clear.
(prepare control circuit diagram)

Sleeve and insert works

Determine sleeve position, size and


counts as required

Installation of indoor units

Check model name to make sure the fitting is


made correctly

Refrigerant piping works

Special attention to dryness , cleanliness and


tightness

Drain pipe works

Make sure that the drain pipe diameter is


big enough and adjust it to downward gradient
Make sure airflow is sufficient

Duct works

Make sure no gap is left where the


insulating materials are joined

Insulation works
Electrical work

Multiple core cable must not be used


(suitable cable should be selected)
The foundation must be vibration proof and
levelled
Avoid airflow short circuit and ensure
sufficient space is allowed for servicing

Outdoor unit foundation works


Installation of outdoor units

For 24 hours at 3.8MPa(R410a) or 2.8MPa(R22)


there must be no drop in pressure

Air tight test


Vacuum drying

Less than 5 Torr (At least more than 1hr)


Charge the refrigerant accurately by using a
charging cylinder

Additional charge of refrigerant

Make sure there are no gaps left between


facing materials used on the ceiling

Fit decoration panels


Test run

Follow the testing operation check sheet


Explain to customer or operator the manual
etc

Transfer to customer with explanation

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Application guidelines

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1.3 Application guidelines

1.3.1 Restaurant
- Load characteristics
Extremely variable loads with high peaks, in many cases, occurring twice daily
High sensible and latent heat gains because of gas, steam, electric appliances, people, and food
(sensible and latent loads are not always coincident)
Large quantities of makeup air normally required.
Unbalanced conditions in restaurant areas adjacent to kitchens which, although not part of the conditioned space still require special attention.
Heavy infiltration of outside air through doors during rush hour.
Smoking versus nonsmoking areas.
- Design concepts
High concentrations of food, body, and tobacco-smoke odors require adequate ventilation with
exhaust facilities.
Step control of refrigeration plants gives satisfactory and economical operation under reduced
loads.
Mechanical humidification is typically not provided because of high internal latent loads.

1.3.2 Office buildings


- Load characteristics
Peripheral zone have variable loads because of changing sun position and weather.
- Design concepts
Office buildings have allowed the use of almost every available air conditioning system.
Built in system flexibility is essential for office building design.
Stores, banks, restaurants, and entertainment facilities should have their own air distribution systems.
- Special consideration
Elevator, refrigeration, plumbing, mechanical equipment rooms, electrical switchgear, and telephone closets may require air conditioning units for spot cooling.
Tall buildings in cold climates experience severe stack effect.
- Revolving doors or vestibules, pressurized lobbies or lower floors
- Automatic dampers on elevator shaft vents, tight construction of the exterior skin
- Tight closure and seals on all dampers opening to the exterior

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1.3.3 Bowling centers


- Load characteristics
Bowling center generally have little fenestration, solar load may not be important.
It is necessary to compare the day load and its high outside solar load and off peak people load with
the evening peak people load and zero solar load.
The proper heat gain should be applied for each person to avoid too large a design heat load
- Design concepts
As other building types all air systems are generally the most suitable for bowling alley areas.
Temp. may be graded down to the pin area Unit heaters are often used at this location.
Bowling areas must be well shielded from entrances so that no cold drafts are created in these areas
- Maintaining a positive pressure in the space when outside air pressurization is taken into consideration.
The return and exhaust air systems should have a large number of small registers uniformly
located at high points, or pockets, to draw off the hot, smoky, and foul air.
It may be desirable to use all outside air to cool during intermediate seasons.
- Special consideration
A large number of people concentrated in a relatively small area of a very large room.
A major portion of the floor area is unoccupied.
Heavy smoking, high physical activity, and high latent heat load.
Greatest use from about 6:00 P.M. to midnight

1.3.4 Comunication centers


- Load characteristics
Human occupancy is limited in telephone terminal rooms, so the load is primarily equipment heat
load.
TV studio have very high lighting capacities, and the load may fluctuate in intensity over short periods.
The A/C system must be capable of handling wide load variations quickly, accurately, and efficiently.
Completely shielded from external noise and thermal environments.
- Design concepts
TV studio Each rooms should have its own air distribution system separate from studio system.
Simultaneous heating and cooling cannot occur unless heating is as achieved solely by heat recovery
Studio should have its own refrigeration system in case of emergency.
Required a remote location so that machine noise is isolated from the studio.
- Special consideration
On camera studio Duct work must be planned carefully to avoid interference with proper studio
operation.
Control room The large number of necessary air changes and the low sound level must be
maintained
Noise control Air outlets or returns should be located away from areas where microphones are used
Air distribution No rough edges, poor turns, or improperly installed damper to cause turbulence
Piping distribution All piping in the studio should be supported by suitable vibration isolation
hangers
Mechanical equipment room Located far from the studio as possible. (noise)
Office and dressing room Such rooms are treated as separate zones, with their own controls.
Air return The largest portion of studio air should be returned over the banks of lights.

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1.3.5 Hotel
- Load characteristics
The hours for which each public area is used varies widely.
In many cases the load is due to internal sources from people, lights, and equipment.
The main lobby normally is operational 24 hours per day. Areas like restaurants, meeting rooms and
retail areas have intermittent use, so the load changes frequently.
HVAC systems that respond effectively and economically must be selected for these areas.
- Design concepts
Year round availability of heating and cooling
Independent unit for each main public area
Economical and satisfactory operation at part-load and low-load conditions
Coordination with adjacent back of the house (BOTH) areas to ensure proper air pressurization
- Special consideration
Unitary refrigerant system PAC, Air to air pump
Selection of particular system should be based on first cost, economical operation, maintenance

1.3.6 Warehouses
- Load characteristics
Internal loads from lighting, people, and miscellaneous sources are generally low.
Most load is thermal transmission and infiltration.
- Design concepts
Most warehouses are only heated and ventilated. (located near heat entrances and work areas)
Necessary to keep the temperature above 4C to protect sprinkler piping or stored materials from
freezing.
If the stored product requires defined inside conditions, and a/c system must be added.
- Special consideration
Forklifts and trucks powered by gasoline, propane, and other fuels are often used inside warehouses.
Proper ventilation is necessary to alleviate the buildup of CO and other noxious fumes.
Proper ventilation of battery charging rooms for electrically powered forklifts and trucks is also
required.

1.3.7 Convention and exhibition centers


- Load characteristics
The main exhibition room is subject to a variety of loads, depending on the type of activity in
progress.
Alternative loads that are very different in character may be encountered.
(Multi speed fans may provide a better balance of load during these high latent, low sensible periods of use.)
- System application
The main exhibition hall is normally handled by one or mail all air system.
Smaller meeting rooms are best conditioned either with individual room air handlers, or with variable
volume central systems, because these rooms have high individual peak loads but are not used frequently.
Offices and restaurants often operate for many more hours than the meeting areas or exhibition
areas and should be served separately.

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2. Guideline for each installation process


2.1 Sleeve and insert work
2.1.1 Positioning of the pipe holes
1. The through holes for the drain piping should be positioned such that pipes have a downward gradient (the gradient must
be at least 1/100.The thickness of the insulating materials must also be taken into consideration.)
2. The diameter of the through holes for the refrigerant piping should include an allowance for the thickness of the heat insulation materials.
3. Attention should be paid to the construction of the beam themselves since there are parts of the beam which cannot be
used to accommodate through holes at times.

2.1.2 Selection of sleeve


1. Sleeve work should be performed to make space for passing pipe and wire through the wall or ground under
construction.
Sleeve
Power cable
Gas pipe
Liquid pipe
Insulation
Insulation
Transmission cable

For example if gas pipe and liquid pipe is 12.7mm , 6.35mm the sleeve diameter is minimum 79.05mm .
Gas pipe diameter
Liquid pipe diameter
Insulation thickness(gas pipe)
Insulation thickness(liquid pipe)
20mm surplus
Total sleeve diameter

12.7mm
6.35mm
10mm x 2
10mm x 2
20mm
79.05mm

* Assumption : Gas pipe insulation thickness and liquid pipe insulation thickness is 10mm and 10mm respectively
NOTE

Use of shielded transmission cable is recommended to avoid the problem of electrical noise.

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2.1.3 Sleeve type


Sleeve
Insulation
Pipe

NOTE

Sleeve type should be considered as per local & laws (rules & regulations).
CAUTION

1. In high voltage generation places, water-proof flexible conduit should be used. (in substation room, in elevator room)
2. Conduit should be chosen in accordance with electrical installation regulation.

NOTE

Cable conduit should be considered under the local laws (rules & regulations).

2.1.4 Insert work and support work


An insert is a metal tool which is inserted into a floor or beam before the concrete is set such that fittings such as duct ,
pipes or suspension bolts for hanging units can be fitted into the place later. The positioning of the inserts must be decided
early.
1) Insert work

Embedding
depth h

Example : Through holes in a reinforced concrete beam

Polyblock
Nail securing
molding box

Molding box

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2) Support work.
Insulated U-bolt type supporting

Insulated O-ring band type supporting


Bolt

Foam
resin
Bolt
1.5t
plate
PVC
PVC

Saddle supporting
Supporting interval 1.5~2.0m

CAUTION

During saddle supporting work, insulation should not be pressed by saddle as this can lead to tearing of insulation and
thus falling of condensed water during product operation.
a) Supporting with insulated pipe
U-bolt supporting

0-ring band supporting

To prevent
Insulation from
pressing, and
lagging, cover
can be used.

O-ring
band

Sheathing
pipe

lags
Sheathing
pipe

B) Down stopper supporting


One point supporter (200kg)
O-ring band
Welding
Plate nut

Down stopper

Welding
Insulated
Supporting band

Insulated
Supporting band

Hexagonal nut
Refrigerant pipe

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2.2 Refrigerant piping work


2.2.1 Principles of refrigerant piping
The principles of refrigerant piping must be strictly observed.
Cause of problem

Dry

Clean

Action to avoid problem

-Rainwater, work water, etc


gets into pipes from outside
-Moisture generated inside pipe
due to condensation

Flushing

-Formation of oxides inside


pipes during soldering

Replace Nitrogen

-Dirt,dust or other extraneous


material gets into pipes from outside

Pipe covering

Flushing

Vacuum drying

Pipe covering

Pipe covering

Use the proper materials


-Leak from soldered area
Air tight

Adhere strictly to standard soldering work practice.

-Leak from flared area


-Leak from flange area

Adhere strictly to standard flaring work practice.


Adhere strictly to standard flaring connection work practice.

The end of all copper pipes should be capped to protect them from dust or water particles while safe keeping

The 3 princples of refrigerant piping work


Dry

Clean

Make sure there is no moisture inside


the pipes

Air tight

Make sure there is no dirt inside the


pipes

Make sure the refrigerant does not


leak out.

Leak
Moisture

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2.2.2 Flaring work


Main cause for gas leakage is due to defect in flaring work. Carry out correct flaring work in the following procedure.

1) Cut the pipes and the cable.


Copper
tube

Use the piping kit accessory or the pipes purchased


locally.

Slanted Uneven Rough

90

Measure the distance between the indoor and the outdoor unit.
Cut the pipes a little longer than measured distance.
Pipe

Cut the cable 1.5m longer than the pipe length.

Reamer

2) Burrs removal
Point down

Completely remove all burrs from the cut cross section


of pipe/tube.
Put the end of the copper tube/pipe in a downward direction as you remove burrs in order to avoid dropping of
burrs into the tubing.

Flare nut

3) Putting nut on
Copper tube

Remove flare nuts attached to indoor and outdoor unit,


then put them on pipe/tube having completed burr
removal.(not possible to put them on after flaring work)

4) Flaring work
Carry out flaring work using flaring tool as shown below.

Handle

Firmly hold copper pipe in a die in the dimension shown


in the table below.
Outer diameter
mm
inch
6.35
1/4
9.52
3/8
12.7
1/2
15.88
5/8
19.05
3/4

Bar

Bar

"A"

Yoke
Cone

A
mm
1.1~1.3
1.5~1.7
1.6~1.8
1.6~1.8
1.9~2.1

Copper pipe
Clamp handle

Red arrow mark

Smooth all round


Inside is shining without scratches

5) Check after flaring

= Improper flaring =

Compare the flared work with figure on right side.


If flare is found to be defective, cut off the flared section
and do flaring work again.
Even length
all round

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Choice of material for refrigerant piping


Copper pipe selection
a. The wall thickness of the refrigerant piping should comply with relevant local and national regulation for
R410A the design pressure is 3.8MPa.(38.7kgf/cm2)
b. If not, we recommend use of phosphorus deoxidized copper type
c. Generally used copper pipe specifications as follows;
Thickness
Size()mm

R22

6.35

0.7

9.52

0.8

12.70

0.8

15.88

0.8

19.05

0.8

* Never use the pipe which is mixed scrap or a pipe used somewhere else
The method how to distinguish the pipe mixed scarp : check the oxidization evidence after leaving the pipe for 24hour.
CAUTION

Flare connection and procedure


1. Stiffened pipe must always be annealed at least once
prior to the flaring work.
2. A pipe cutter must be used to cut the pipe.
(A large pipe cutter must be used where
the pipe has a large diameter. When cutting
a pipe which is too big for the pipe cutter a
metal saw may be used but care must be
taken to ensure that the debris from sawing
does not get into the pipe.)

3. Set the flaring tool to make sure the flare size remains
within the prescribed limits.
4. Coat the inner and outer surface of the
flare with refrigerator oil (Ester or ether
oil).
(this ensures that the flare nut passes
smoothly, preventing the pipe
Oil
from twisting.)
Do not use SUNISO-4GS oil.

Oil

External diameter of pipe D


(in)
(mm)
1/4
6.35
3/8
9.52
1/2
12.7
5/8
15.88
3/4
19.05

Pipe widening dimension A


8.6~9.0
12.6~13.0
15.8~16.2
19.0~19.4
22.9~23.3

CAUTION

1. Burrs should be carefully removed.


2. 2 spanners should be used to grip the pipe.
3. The flare nut must be inserted before starting the flaring operation.
4. The appropriate amount of torque should be used to tighten the flare nut.
5. Check that there is no superficial damage to the surface of the flare.

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NOTE

Flange connection and procedure


1) Cut the pipe using a pipe cutter.

7) Apply refrigerant oil on the inside and outside of


the flared section.
(Do not apply SUNISO oil)
(Be careful to keep dust away)

2) The cut edge has burrs.


(the amount of burrs becomes larger when pipe
wall is thick)
8) Tighten the flare nut. (Use a torque wrench to
apply the proper tightening force)

3) Remove the burrs using a reamer


(Be careful not to let particles enter the pipe.
Point the pipe end downward during cutting)

4) Clean the inside of the pipe


(use a thin stick with a cloth wrapped around it)

9)
Check for gas leaks.
(Check at the threaded section of the flare nut for
gas leak)
Spay type gas leak detecting products are
available on the market.
Soap water may be used to check for leaks , but
use only neutral soap to prevent corrosion of the
flare nut.
Be sure to wipe the nut area clean after the gas
leak check.

5) Before flaring , clean the corn section of the


flaring tool.

Corn section

6) Flare the pipe.


Rotate the flaring tool 3 or 4 turns after a clicking
sound is produced. this results in a clean flared
surface

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2.2.3 Pipe connection flaring


NOTE

CAUTION

1. After installation completion make sure to open the


valve. operating the unit with the valve shut off will
destroy the compressor (Refer to the additional
refrigerant charge detail information)
2. Use R22 to add refrigerant. All field piping must be
installed by a licensed refrigeration technician
3. Must comply with local and national standard
regulations.

Improper piping and flaring can lead to leakage of


refrigerant

NOTE

For flaring work of the piping, follow the instructions in


the installation manual to each unit.

1) Connecting the piping to the indoor unit


and drain hose to drain pipe
Align the center of the piping and sufficiently tighten the
flare nut by hand.
Indoor unit tubing

Tighten the flare nut with a wrench. Wrap the insulation


material around the connecting portion.
Outside diameter()
mm
inch
6.35
1/4
9.52
3/8
12.7
1/2
15.88
5/8
19.05
3/4

Torque
kg.f.m
1.80~2.50
3.40~4.20
5.50~6.60
6.30~8.20
9.90~12.1

Flare nut

Pipes

Open-end wrench (fixed)


Flare nut
Wrench

2) Wrap the insulation material around the


connecting portion.
Overlap the connection pipe insulation material and the
indoor unit pipe insulation material. Bind them together
with vinyl tape so that there is no gap.
Wrap the area which accommodates the rear piping
housing section with vinyl tape.

Connection pipe

Indoor unit tubing

Wrap with vinyl tape


Vinyl tape (wide)
Connecting cable
Pipe

When the piping is passed through a tray, duct work or a


sleeve the insulation wrapping on the pipe is not
required.

3) Close up a socket out of use with a brass


cap.
Align the center of the piping and sufficiently tighten the
brass cap by hand.

Indoor unit pipe

Connection pipe

Vinyl tape(narrow)

CAUTION

Never use the plastic cap during closing.

Tighten the brass cap with a wrench.


Wrap the area contacted with insulation.
CAUTION

Over tightening of the flare nuts in the pipes


may cause nuts to crack or the refrigerant to leak.

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2.2.4 Brazing work


CAUTION

Brazing of refrigerant piping :


The following precaution should be taken.
1. Do not use flux when brazing copper to copper
refrigerant piping.
(Particularly for the HFC refrigerant piping)
Therefore, use the phosphor copper brazing filler metal
(BCuP) which does not require flux.
(Flux has extremely harmful influence on refrigerant piping systems. For instance, if the chlorine based flux is
used, it will cause pipe corrosion or, in particular, if the
flux contains fluorine, it will damage the refrigerant oil.)

If brazing work is carried out without passing nitrogen gas


through the pipes then it allows the formation of
oxidation bubbles on the inside surface of the pipes.
These oxidation bubbles are then carried along inside the
pipes to cause damage to various members of the system
such as valve or compressors and the system ceases to
function properly.
In order to avoid this problem nitrogen is passed through
the pipe while the soldering work is being carried out.
This operation work is known as nitrogen
replacement.(Air is replaced by nitrogen)
This is standard work during all brazing works.

CAUTION

1) Niorogen flushing method (During brazing)

Brazing section
Copper pipe 1/4
Pressure regulator

Water enters

Packless
valve
Taping
Nitrogen cylinder

High
pressure hose

Outdoor unit

Packless
valve

Pipe

Plaster enters

Make sure to keep the connecting piping dry (away


from water) , clean (away from dust) , and air tight
(avoid refrigerant leakage)

CAUTION
Hose

Pressure
regulator

Nitrogen cylinder

Pipe bending
Annealed copper pipe with small diameter (6.35 or
9.52) can be easily bent manually. In this case, secure
large R (radius) for the bend section and gradually bend
pipe. If annealed copper pipe is large in diameter
(15.88 or over), bend pipe with bender. Use bender
appropriate for the pipe diameter.

CAUTION

Nitrogen brazing

(Direction of nitrogen gas.)

a. This procedure is designed to prevent formation of


oxidation film by filling piping with inert gas. Note that
excessive gas pressure will generate pinholes at
brazed points. (Nitrogen gas: Supply pressure
0.05~0.1kg/cm2G)
b. When supplying inert gas, be sure to open one end of
piping.

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Brazing work should be carried out either downwards or sideways.


An upward direction should be avoided wherever possible(to prevent leakage).

over 10mm

over 10mm

N2

N2

(Expanding pipe brazing)

(Pipe brazing with socket)

N2

N2

(Flare part brazing)

(Butt-brazing)

Table 1: Correlation of nozzle tip and size of refrigeration piping


Brazing filler diameter

Nozzle tip No.


# 200

# 225

# 250

# 315

# 400

# 450

# 500

1.6

2.4

3.2

6.35
9.52

Piping size

12.7
15.9
19.1
22.2
25.4
31.8
38.1
44.5

CAUTION

1. Generally expanding pipe brazing is performed with pan-coil type copper pipe, and socket blazing is
performed with straight copper pipe.
2. Do not perform flare part brazing or butt-brazing.
3. Brazing should be performed on welding table.
4. No dust particles should enter the pipe while brazing.
5. Distance of copper pipe support spacing is within 1~2m
6. The copper pipe should not be secured directly by metal brackets.

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2.2.5 Refrigerant pipe flushing


Flushing is a method of cleaning extraneous matter out of pipes using pressurized gas.
NOTE

Refrigerant pipe flushing of 3 major effects


1. Removal of oxidation bubbles formed inside copper pipes when nitrogen replacement is insufficient
during soldering work
2. Removal of extraneous material and moisture from pipes when covering has been insufficient
3. Checks connections in pipes linking outdoor and indoor units (Both liquid and gas pipes)

Set pressure regulator on nitrogen cylinder.


Connect the charge hose from pressure regulator to
service port on the liquid pipe side of the outdoor unit
before its connection to B/D unit or indoor unit.
Open the main valve on the nitrogen cylinder and set
the pressure regulator to 0.5MPa.

Lo

Pressure regulator

Hi

Nitrogen

Primary
side
Lo

Ensure that nitrogen is flowing through the pipe properly.

For flushing block the end of the pipe with wood insulation block.

Hi

Secondary
side 0.5 MPa

Nitrogen

When the pressure becomes great remove the block


quickly.
Do step 6 & 7 repeatedly till cleanness is ensured.
Gas pressure of 0.5 MPa

Connect the charge hose from pressure regulator to


service port on the gas pipe side of outdoor unit before
its connection to B/D unit or indoor unit.

Wood

Insulation

Flow the steps 3, 4, 5, 6, 7.


In case of BD unit system, before connecting to indoor
units, each pipe should be flushed individually.
Flow the steps 3, 4, 5, 6, 7.

CAUTION

Lo

Hi

Taping
Nitrogen

After welding the pipe, nitrogen flushing is strongly


recommended.

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2.2.6 Necessity of an oil trap


Ceiling cassette has oil seperator or oil return function in their outdoor unit hence they don't need any oil trap within 24m
elevation. But after 24m of vertical height, 1 oil trap is required.
Outdoor unit

Since there is fear of the oil held inside the riser piping flowing
back into the compressor when stopped and causing liquid compression phenomenon, or cases deterioration of oil return, it will be
necessary to provide a trap at an appropriate place in the riser gas
piping.

Gas pipe
Oil trap
Indoor unit
Liquid pipe

Capacity is based on standard length and maximum


allowance length is taken on the basis of reliability.

1) When outdoor unit is at higher elevation


than the indoor units
1

Outdoor unit

2) When indoor units are at


higher elevation than the
outdoor unit

Outdoor unit
Indoor unit

24m or more
No oil trap

Oil trap

Less than 24m

Oil
Indoor unit

Indoor unit
Oil
Outdoor unit

Oil trap need not be installed

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2.3 Drain piping work


The purpose of drain piping is to prevent damage of product and ceiling materials by proper draining of dew condensate
which is generated from the evaporator of indoor unit when the hot vapors come in contact with the evaporator.
1) Application
Pipes for draining water generated from indoor unit on cooling operation

Specification for drain piping

Type

Single
CAC

Cassette 4 way

Drain pipe
diameter
(External/
Internal)

Drain
pump

32/25mm

Standard

Drain pump
discharge
head (mm)

Drain amount
(at 10mm height)
cm3/min (lpm)

800
(18k : Max. 700)

400 (0.4)

[Reference Table] Drain amount per capacity


kW

Air flow rate


(CMH)

Drain amount
(lpm)

2.04

0.128

2.33

8.5

0.137

2.91

10.5

0.169

4.36

11.5

0.185

Indoor temp. : 26C DB

5.82

17

0.273

Indoor humidity RH : 85%

7.28

19

0.305

8.73

21

0.337

10.2

23

0.369

11.6

25

0.402

14.6

34

0.546

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Outlet temp. :14C DB


Outlet temp. RH: 50%

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2.3.1 Drain pipe slope and support


Slope gradient for drain should be 1/50~1/100mm and PVC pipes should be used.
Support hanger should be at 1~1.5m interval to prevent from loosening and dropping.
Drain pipe insulation
: The inside temperature of drain pipe is about 10C. When high temperature and humid air touches the surface of
pipe, dew forms. To prevent that, drain pipe keeps warm using insulation with polyethylene 10mm thickness.

Indoor unit
Gradient of at least 1 / 50 ~ 1 / 100

1) Application
Refrigerant pipe length contracts and expands on heating and cooling repeatedly. So supporting work is needed not to
hinder each copper pipe connection part.
2) Supporting distance for common drain pipe
[Table]The interval of the supporting hanger for drainage pipe
Pipe diameter
(mm)
Max. interval(m)

20~40

40~50

65~125

Below 1.0

Below 1.2

Below 1.5

3) Anchor bolt supporting work


Anchor bolt supporting work should be used for supporting a heavy indoor unit to ceiling.
Clamp hanger supporting work is for hanging refrigerant pipe, drain pipe and cables.
It can prevent vibrating noise from passing through pipe.
We recommend set anchor bolt for supporting indoor unit and strong anchor bolt for supporting pipes and cables

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2.3.2 Drain pipe trap (only for high static duct)

A 50mm
B 4 x SP
SP = External Pressure
(mmAq)

B
U-Trap

Ex) External Pressure


= 10mmAq
A 50mm
B 40mm

<U-trap size calculations>

Indoor unit

Plug

- In case of duct high static pressure, the U trap maintains a positive pressure on the indoor side of the unit.
1) Models with drain pump

Max. 800mm
(18k : Max. 700mm)

300mm or less

PVC elbow

PVC
1/50~1/100 slope

PVC
Flexible hose
Drain pump

[Unit : mm]

Common drain pipe

Polyethylene insulation 10t


PVC drain pipe

2) Models without drain pump


Metal clamp
Flexible drain hose
Thermal insulation (drain pipe area)

Drain pan

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2.3.3 Grouped drain pipes


It is standard work practice to make connections to the main pipe from above.
The pipe down from the combination should be as large as possible.
The diameter of ventilation pipe should be same or larger than drain pipe diameter.
45~60

45~60 angle connection against overflow

45~60
Face the vent pipe mouth
downward to keep foreign matter
from penentrating the system

45~60

slop
e1
/50

Sharing horizontal pipe

~1
/1 0
0

Max.800mm
(18k:Max.700mm)
Common drain pipe

Trap in the end

NOTE

1. Trap is required if the pipe is open towards sewage to prevent bad smell from coming to indoor.
2. Do not connect drain pipe with building common drain pipe in heavy snow area. It might block the pipe with ice and
remaining collected water can get back to indoor unit.
Provide seperate air conditioner drain pipe.
Grouped drain piping standard
- For drain pipe diameter selection, refer to the following table.
- The drainpipe should be used for only air conditioners. If you share it for rainwater drain, you should be careful of a
back flow, leakage, bad odor and so on.
- Use separate drain pipe for polluted water or wasted water
[Table] Drain pipe diameter selection standard
Sum of the capacity
of indoor units (Btu/h)

~80,000

Internal diameter (External)

25(32)

~200,000

~400,000

~600,000

32(40)

40(50)

50(60)

~1000,000
65(75)

NOTE

Select the diameter of the horizontal pipe bigger than vertical.

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2.3.4 Caution for drain piping work


1) Notice on drain working
Flexible tube should not be crooked sharply.
The tube can be broken by continuous vibration for a long time.
Sharp crook

Sharp crook
Sh
Sharp crook

CAUTION

Flexible tube should be connected with clamp concentrically.


If not, water will leak from the connection.

<clamp connection>

No reverse slope for drain connection

Water flow

<Reverse slope>

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2) Drain pipe insulation


- Drain pipe should be insulated all connected joints and ends.

Insulation
not required

Insulation
required

Loose fitting
wrong insulation

Fitting insulation

- Do not use the loose fitting insulation.


3) Drain water leakage test
- Water leakage test should be performed 24 hours later after drain work finishing.
- In the test, only water should be used. Other liquids are unacceptable.

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2.4 Insulation work


2.4.1 Insulation

1) Operational steps

EPDM length should be more


than pipe length.
Do not extend EPDM by force.

Put the pipe in EPDM insulation


carefully so that the pipe will not
get damaged with EPDM.

Apply bond on both side of cut


surfaces of move sure to use
the correct type of bond for
EPDM cut surface attaching.

Bond both sides of the surface of


EPDM and press them together for
long lasting bonding.

Apply bond the both cutting sides


of fitting cover.

Dry it until it becomes thick, sticky


and does not get detached.

2) Bending vertical side of insulation

Use the original uncut insulation


material.

Only in specialcase is the vertical


cutting of the insulation allowed.

Dry it until it becomes thick and


sticky.

3) 'L' Fitting connection part insulation

All of the fitting connecting parts


should be insulated.
Bring face to face the each end of
EPDM on fitting connection part.

Make fitting cover to fit the EPDM


insulation fitting cover should be
overlapped with insulation min 1
inch (2.5cm).

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2.4.2 Forming the piping


1) Form the piping by wrapping the connecting portion of the indoor unit with insulation material and secure
it with two kinds of vinyl tape.
If you want to connect an additional drain hose, the end of the drain outlet should be routed above the ground. Secure the
drain hose appropriately.
2) In cases where the outdoor unit is installed below the indoor unit perform the following.
Tape the piping, drain hose and transmission cable from down to up.
Secure the tapped piping along the exterior wall using saddle or equivalent.

The cable is required to prevent rain water


from entering into electrical parts of outdoor unit.

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2.4.3 Essential points of thermal insulation


1) Thermal insulation of refrigerant piping

Be sure to give insulation work to refrigerant piping by covering liquid pipe and gas pipe separately with enough
thickness heat-resistant insulation materials, so that no gap is observed in the joint between indoor unit and
insulating material, and insulating materials themselves. When insulation work is insufficient, there is a possibility
of condensation drip, etc. pay special attention to insulation work to ceiling plenum.
Do not insulate gas or low pressure pipe and liquid or high
pressure pipe together.

B
Wrong
method

Be sure to fully insulate connecting portion.

A Liquid pipe

B Gas pipe

C Power cable
D Insulation

D
D
E

Correct
method

A These parts are not insulated.

A Liquid pipe

B Gas pipe

C Power cable
D Transmission cable
E Insulation

2. Penetrations
2) Caution during insulation work
Outer wall
Inner wall (concealed)

Outer wall (exposed)

Sleeve

D line and transmission line should be separated


Heat
insulating
material
To avoid electrical noise, the power
from
each other.

In case the cables are installed in the conduit, a finishing tape is not required.
Defect and insufficient insulation can cause condensation drops.
Binding the insulation too tight may result in dew drops.
Be sure not to tie rap the insulation but put special taping or the clamp at the connecting portion.
The insulation overlapping part at the piping connection must be a distance from the flaring part at the pipe connection.

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3) Insulation tube thickness


Thickness of insulation tube is decided considering the following factors : Insulation material: EPDM or polyethylene foam
Thermal conductivity 0.035 kcal~0.040kcal/mhC
Heat resistance=85C(Cooling only) or more
100C(Heat pump) or over
The thickness of the thermal insulation material must be determined in the light of the pipe sizes.
Pipe size

Thickness of insulation material


(normal)

6.35 ~ 25.4 mm

10mm or more

25.4 ~

15mm

It will be necessary to increase the thickness of insulation in the above table when conditions are hot and humid.
Where a customer supplies his own specifications then these must be adhered to.
CAUTION

Outdoor temperature and humidity around the cooling piping might exceed 30C and RH80%, reinforce the insulation on
the cooling piping (at least 20mm thick)

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2.5 Electrical work


2.5.1 Precautions
CAUTION

When knocking out knock holes


To punch a knock hole, hit it with a hammer.
After knocking out the holes, we recommend you paint the edges and areas around it to prevent rusting.
When passing electrical wiring through the knock holes, remove any burrs from the knock holes and wrap the wiring with
a protective tape to prevent damage.

Burr

If there are any possibilities that small animals or insects


enter the system through the knock holes, plug the
holes with packing materials (to be prepared onsite).

Use a conduit for the cable


Outside the unit, make sure the thin signal cable (i.e. for the remote control, between units, etc.) and the thick electric
wiring do not pass near each other, and the shield signal cable, is recommended.
Otherwise, the outdoor unit may be affected by electrical noise (external noise), and malfunction or fail.
Secure the wiring with the accessory clamps so that it does not touch the piping.
Make sure the wiring and the electric parts box cover do not stick up above the structure, and close the cover firmly.

CAUTION

Do not operate the air conditioner until the refrigerant piping work is completed.
(Operating the air conditioner before the refrigerant piping work is completed may damage the compressor.)
Install an earth leakage circuit breaker.
Since this is a inverter air conditioner. In order to prevent malfunction of the earth leakage breaker itself, use a breaker
resistant to higher harmonics.
After finishing the electric work, confirm that each electric part and terminal inside the electric parts box is connected
securely.

NOTE

Only professional electricians having sufficient knowledge should perform the electrical wiring work.
Perform the electrical wiring work in accordance with the electrical wiring diagram.
Make sure to set OFF the branch switch and over current breaker before starting the work.
Install an earth leakage breaker.
Perform grounding to the indoor units and outdoor units.
Do not connect the ground wire to gas pipes, sewage pipes, lightning rods telephone ground wires.
Gas pipes Can explode or catch fire if gas leaks.
Sewage pipes Provides no grounding effect if hard plastic pipes are used.
Telephone ground wires and lightening rods dangerous when struck by lightening due to abnormal rise in the ele
trical potential in the ground.

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Use only copper wires.


Make sure to shut down the power before starting the electric wiring work.
Do not switch ON any switch until the work is completed.
The outdoor unit has an inverter compresser which generates noise and charges the outer casing with the leakag current.
The outdoor unit should be grounded so that the effect of the generated noise on to the equipment can be reduced, and
that the outer casing can be discharged.
Never install a phase advancing capacitor for power factor improvement.
(Even if it is installed, the power factor is not improved. And if it is installed, the outdoor unit is abnormally overheated.)
Use specified electric wires in the wiring, and connect them securely.
Fix them in such a way that external force is not applied at the terminals
(transmission wiring in the local field and ground terminal).
Never push excessive electric wires into the units.
Protect electric wires with conduit tubes or other proper tubes so that they will not be damaged by edges of knock holes.
Do not use multi conductor cable which have more than 5 wires in one core.

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2.6. Air tight test


2.6.1 Air purging
The air and moisture remaining in the refrigerant system have undesirable effects as indicated below.
1. Pressure in the system rises.
2. Operating current rises.
3. Cooling(or heating) efficiency drops.
4. Moisture in the refrigerant circuit may freeze and block capillary tubing.
5. Water may lead to corrosion of parts in the refrigeration system.
Therefore, after evacuating the system, take a leak test for the piping and tubing between the indoor and outdoor unit.

Air purging with vacuum pump


1. Check that both liquid and gas pipe between indoor and outdoor have been properly connected.
2. Remove the service valve cap from both the gas and liquid side on the outdoor unit.
3. Confirm that both the liquid and gas side valve are set to the closed position.
4. Connect the manifold valve(with pressure gauge) to the gas pipe side.
5. And connect the Nitrogen cylinder to the service port with charge hoses to the manifold gauge.
6. Pressurize the system to no more than 150 P.S.I.G with dry nitrogen gas. Close the nitrogen cylinder valve
when it shows reading of 150 P.S.I.G.
7. Check for leakage with Liquid soap solution. Do the leakage test at all joints of tubing (indoor and outdoor)
and on the service valve (both gas and liquid side).
CAUTION

Be sure to use a manifold valve for air purging. If it is not available, use a stop valve for this purpose. The "Hi" knob of the
manifold valve must always be kept close.

Indoor unit
Manifold valve
Pressure
gauge

Lo Hi

Charge hose

Outdoor unit

Nitrogen gas
cylinder(in vertical
standing position)

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Soap water method

Liquid side

1. Remove the caps from the 2-way and 3-way valves.


2. Remove the service-port cap from the 3-way valve.
3. To open the 2-way valve turn the valve stem counterclockwise approximately 90, wait for about 2~3 sec, and close
it.
4. Apply a soap water or a liquid neutral detergent on the
indoor unit connection or outdoor unit connections by a
soft brush to check for leakage of the connecting points of
the piping.
5. If bubbles come out, the pipes have leakage

Gas side
2-way valve
(Open)
3-way valve
(Close)

Hexagonal wrench

Cap

Indoor unit

Evacuation
1. If the system is found free from all leakages, relive the
nitrogen pressure by loosening the charge hose connector at nitrogen cylinder. Disconnect the hose from
cylinder when pressure reaches to normal state.
2. Evacuation: Connect the charge hose end to the vacuum pump and evacuate the connecting of the and
indoor unit. Check that the Lo knob of manifold is
open. Run the vacuum pump.
Confirm the "Lo" knob of the manifold valve is open.
Then, run the vacuum pump.
The operation time for evacuation varies with tubing
length and capacity of the pump.
The degree of vacuum should be under 0.8 Torr.
When the desired vacuum is reached, close the "Lo"
knob of the manifold valve and stop the vacuum pump.

Outdoor unit

Manifold valve

Lo

Vaccum
gauge

Hi

CAUTION

To avoid nitrogen entering the refrigerant system in a liquid state, the top of the cylinder must be higher than its
bottom when you pressurize the system. Usually, the
cylinder is used in a vertical standing position.

Open
Close

Vacuum pump

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Air tight test

2.6.2 Essential points of testing


The key to successful testing is strict adherence to the following procedure:
1) The liquid and gas piping in each refrigerant system should be pressurized in turns in accordance with the following
steps. (Nitrogen gas must be used.)
Step 1: increase pressure to 0.3MPa for 3 minutes or more
Major leaks indicate
Step 2: increase pressure to 1.5MPa for 3 minutes or more
Minor leaks indicate

Step 3: increase pressure to 3.8MPa for approxmate 24 hours

Increasing the system pressure to 3.8MPa does not guarantee the identification of minor leaks if pressure is maintained for
only a short time. It is therefore recommended that the system remain pressurized in accordance with Step 3 above for at
least 24 hours.
NOTE

Piping should not be pressured more than 3.8MPa.


2) Check for pressure drop
If there is no drop in pressure then the test is deemed a success.
If the pressure drops then the leak must be located. See following page.
However, if there is a change in the ambient temperature between the pressurizing stage and the time when you check for
a drop in pressure then you will have to adjust your calculations accordingly since a change of 1C can account for a pressure change of approximately 0.01MPa.
Compensating adjustment value:
(temperature at time of pressurizing temperature at time of checking)

0.01

Example:
During of pressurizing: 3.8MPa 25C
24 hours later: 3.75MPa 20C
Although the gauge pressure is dropped from 3.8MPa to 3.75MPa, it can be safely assumed that there is no leakage
because the gauge pressure can also drop due to the change in outdoor temperature.
(MPa)
3.8

3.8MPa x 24min

Step 3
3.75

3.5
Outdoor te
mperature
(
( )

3.0

25
20

2.5

15

2.0
1.5MPa x 5min

1.5

Step 2

1.0
0.5

0.3MPa x 3min

Step 1

0
24 hours

(Time)

5 minutes
3 minutes

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2.6.3 Checking for leakage


[Check 1] (Where pressure falls while carrying out Steps 1 to 3 described on previous page)
Check by measure gage......Gas detector.
Check by ear......Listen for the sound of a major leakage.
Check by hand......Check for leak by feeling around jointed sections with hand.
Bubble check ......Bubbles will reveal the presence of a leakage.
[Check 2] (When searching for a minor leak or when there has been a fall in pressure while the system has been fully pressurized but the source of the leak cannot be traced.)
Release the nitrogen until the pressure reaches 0.3MPa.
Increase pressure to 1.5MPa using gaseous refrigerant(R22).
Search for the source of the leakage using a leakage detector such as a halide torch or a propane or electrronic detector.
If the source of the leakage still cannot be traced then repressurize with nitrogen up to 3.8MPa and check again.
(The pressure must not be increased to more than 3.8MPa.)
(System sample)

Do not open the


service valve during
the airtight test.

(R22 gas)

Vacuum pump
Nitrogen gas

Gauge

Important points
Where the lengths of piping involved are particularly long then the air tight test should be carried out block by block.
- Indoor side
- Indoor side + vertical pipes
- Indoor side + vertical pipes + outdoor side

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2.7. Vacuum drying work


2.7.1 What is Vacuum drying?
Vacuum drying is : The use of a vacuum pump to vaporize(gasify) the moisture (liquid) inside the pipe and expel it leaving
the pipes completely dry inside.
At 1 atm(760mmHg) the boiling point (evaporating temperature) of water is 100C but if a vacuum is
created inside the pipes using a vacuum pump then the boiling point is rapidly reduced as the degree of
the vacuum is increased.
If the boiling point is reduced to a level below that of the ambient temperature then the moisture in the
pipes will evaporate.

Example
When outside temperature is 11.7C as shown in the table
on the right , the degree of vacuum must be lowered below
-750mmHg

Boilng point of
water(C)

mmHg

Pa

Torr

The evacuation of air conditioner piping provides the following effects.

40
30
26.7
24.4
22.2
20.6
17.8
15.0
11.7
7.2
0

-705
-724
-735
-738
-740
-742
-745
-747
-750
-752
-755

7333
4800
3333
3066
2666
2400
2000
1733
1333
1066
667

55
36
25
22
20
18
15
13
10
8
5

- Vaccum drying
- Removes air and nitrogen(used in air-tightness test)
from the inside of pipes.

NOTE

Key point: Maintain a vacuum level of -755mmHg

0
60
160
260

760mmHg
700
600
500

360

400

460

300

560

200

660
670
680
690
700

100
90

710

70
60
50

720

40

730

30

740

20

3.8MPa

10

Required degree
of vaccum

Evaporation
point

755

Absolute pressure (mmHg)

Gauge pressure (kg/cm2)

Therefore , it is necessary to ensure that both purposes


have been achieved in the vacuum drying operation.

Gauge pressure

Outside
temperature
range

mmHg
760
-20 -10

10

20

30

Temperature

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60

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2.7.2 Evacuation
Connect the manifold hose end described in the preceding steps to the vacuum pump to evacuate the tubing and indoor
unit. Confirm the "Lo" knob of the manifold valve is open. Then, run the vacuum pump. The operation time for evacuation
varies with tubing length and capacity of the pump. The following table shows the time required for evacuation.
When the desired vacuum is reached, close the "Lo" knob of the manifold valve and stop the vacuum pump.

Gas
Gas pipe
Pipe

pipe
Liquid Pipe

Manifold gauge

Outdoor unit

Manifold valve
Pressure
gauge

Lo

Hi

Open

Close

Vacuum pump
(0.5 ~ 1HP)

CAUTION

Finishing the job


1. With a service valve wrench, turn the valve stem of liquid side valve counter-clockwise to fully open the valve.
2. Turn the valve stem of gas side valve counter-clockwise to fully open the valve.
3. Loosen the charge hose connected to the gas side service port slightly to release the pressure, then remove the hose.
4. Replace the flare nut and fasten the flare nut securely with an adjustable wrench. This process is very important to prevent leakage from the system.
5. Replace the valve caps at both gas and liquid side service valves and fasten them tight. This completes air purging with
a vacuum pump. The air conditioner is now ready for test run.

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2.7.3 Choosing a vacuum pump


The necessity for counter flow prevention
After the vacuum process of the refrigerant cycle, the inside of the hose will be vacuumed but after stopping the vacuum
pump, the oil of vacuumpump may flow back. Moreover, if the vacuum pump may stop during the operation for some reason.
Therefore, in order to prevent the counter flow from the vacuum pump, a check valve is reguired.

1) Vacuum pump performance


The 2 most important things for determining vacuum pump performance are as follows:
Exhaust velocity
Degree of vacuum
Exhaust velocity
Exhaust volume is usually expressed as l/min or m3/hr. The larger the number, the faster the vacuum is achieved.
Generally speaking, the faster the exhaust velocity, the larger and heavier the vacuum pump is.
Commercially available vacuum pumps (exhaust velocity of 20 - 30 l/min) usually take an extremely long time to achieve
vacuum. (We recommend a vacuum pump of approx. 60 - 100 l/min.)
Degree of vacuum
Ultimate vacuum varies largely according to use of the vacuum pump. Vacuum pumps used for vacuum forming cannot be
used for vacuum drying. (A vacuum pump with a high degree of vacuum is required.)
When selecting a vacuum, you should select one which is capable of achieving 0.2 Torr of ultimate vacuum.
Degree of vacuum is expressed in Torr, micron, mmHg, and Pascal (Pa). The units correlate as follows:

Unit

Standard atmospheric pressure

Perfect vacuum

-1.033

Gauge pressure

kg/cm

Absolute pressure

kg/cm abs

1.033

Torr

Torr

760

Micron

Micron

760000

mmHg

mmHg

760

Pa

Pa

1013.33

Degree of vacuum must be within the range expressed by

0 Torr

5 Torr

760 Torr

0 Pa

667 Pa

1013.33 hPa

760 mmHg

755 cmHg

0 mmHg

Perfect vacuum

Vacuum target value

Standard atmospheric pressure

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2) Vacuum pump maintenance


Because of their nature, most vacuum pumps contain large amounts of oil which lubricate bearings, etc., and function to
enhance airtightness of pistons. When using a vacuum pump to discharge air from refrigerant piping, moisture in the air
tends to get mixed in with the oil. You must therefore change oil periodically and make sure that proper oil level is maintained. (Perform periodic inspections in accordance with the operating instructions.)

3) Degree of vacuum measurement


An extremely accurate vacuum gauge is required to test degree of vacuum. You cannot accurately measure degree of vacuum with the compound gauge on the gauge manifold. A Pirani vacuum gauge is required to measure degree of vacuum
accurately. Because Pirani gauges are very sensitive and require extreme care when using, they are not very suitable for
use in the field. You should therefore use the Pirani gauge to calibrate the attached vacuum gauge on the gauge manifold
and the degree of vacuum of the vacuum pump.

4) Calibration method
Connect a Pirani vacuum gauge and the gauge manifold vacuum gauge (760 mmHg) to the vacuum pump at the same
time, and run the pump for about 3 minutes.
Make sure the reading of the Pirani vacuum gauge is 5 Torr (667 Pa ) or less. The reading of conventional vacuum
pumps lowers to about 0.2 Torr.
If the reading is not 5 Torr or less, check the vacuum pump oil. (Oil is low in many cases.)
Check the attached gauge on the gauge manifold. Adjust the gauge if the reading is not exactly correct.
Adjust the gauge manifold valve so that the Pirani vacuum gauge reads 5 Torr.
Mark the position indicated by the gauge manifold gauge with an oil based ink pen.
Use the mark of the gauge manifold as a target when vacuuming in the field.
Gauge manifold

Pressure detection section

Indicator
Vacuum pump

(Reference) Types of vacuum pump with respect to maximum degree of vacuum


Type
Oil rotary
(Oil using)
Oilless rotary
(No need of oil)

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Expulsion capacity

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Vacuum drying

Air expulsion

0.02 mmHg

100 l/min

Suitable

Suitable

10 mmHg

50 l/min

Unsuitable

Suitable

0.02 mmHg

40 l/min

Suitable

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2.7.4 Vacuum drying procedure


There are two vacuum drying methods and the appropriate one should always be chosen to confirm with individual local
conditions.
[Normal vacuum drying]........The standard method

[Operational steps]
Vacuum drying (1st time): Connect a manifold gauge to the service port of the liquid or gas pipe and operate the vacuum
pump for at least 2 hours.
(The degree of vacuum produced should be in excess of 5 Torr)
If after 2 hours the vacuum produced has not exceeded 5 Torr then either there is moisture in the pipe or there is a leak.
Operate the vacuum pump for further one more hour.
If, even after 3 hours, the vacuum has not reached 5 Torr then check the system for a leak.
Carry out vacuum test.
Produce a vacuum in excess of 5 Torr and do not release it for an hour or more. Check the vacuum gauge to make sure
that it has not risen. (If the gauge rise then there is still moisture in the pipe or there is a leak somewhere.)
Additional charge of refrigerant.
Connect the charging cylinder to the liquid pipe service port and charge with the required amount of refrigerant.
Open stop valve to the full.
Open the stop valve on the liquid and the gas pipes to the full.

NOTE

Vacuum should be produced in both the liquid and the gas pipes.
(Because there is a large number of functional components in the indoor unit which cut off the vacuum mid-way through)

+0.05MPa
Rising pressure

(Atmospheric
pressure)
0 MPa

0 MPa

-200 mmHg

Falling
pressure
-400 mmHg
(vacuum)

-600 mmHg

-700 mmHg

-755 mmHg
(5 Torr)

Time.

-760 mmHg

Additional refrigerant
Vacuum Maintaining charge
drying
vacuum test
(2 hours) (1 hours)
Time required: approximately 3 hours.

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2.8 Additional charge of refrigerant


2.8.1 Refrigerant charging instructions
The results of all calculations must be recorded. (make a list)
Refrigerant need to be additionally charged when the distance between the outdoor Unit and the most distant indoor unit
is more than length (refer to section 8 outdoor unit installation condition)
The additional charging operation should be carried out by input of liquid into the liquid pipes from a charging cylinder following completion of the Vacuum drying operation.
When the additional charging operation cannot be satisfactorily completed , use the action of the compressor to complete the additional charging during the test run.
NOTE

Make sure that the refrigerant (liquid) is taken out from the bottom part of the refrigerant cylinder.
Do not take out the refrigerant (gas) at the upper of the refrigerant cylinder for charging.
Outdoor unit B

Outdoor unit A

Refrigerant
cylinder
Refrigerant
cylinder

CAUTION

Since some refrigerant cylinders differ in the internal mechanism, it is necessary to examine the cylinder carefully.
(Some cylinders have a siphon tube to eliminate the need for turning it upside down)

siphon tube

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2.9 Trial test run operation


2.9.1 Test run procedure
Check the following before turning power on

Wrong power wiring , loose screws


Wrong control transmission wiring , loose screws
Piping size , presence of thermal insulation
Use a mega-tester

Measurement of main power circuit insulation

Be sure to record the additional


quantity of refrigerant

Addition of refrigerant if required


Fully open respective stop valves on liquid, gas
Turn on outdoor unit power

2.9.2 Evaluation of performance


Evaluation of performance
Operate unit for 15~20 minutes, then check the system refrigerant charge:
Measure the pressure of the gas side service valve.
Measure the temperature of the intake and discharge of air.
Ensure the difference between the intake temperature and the discharge is more than 8C
Intake temperature

Discharge
temperature

Discharge air

For reference, the gas side pressure of optimum condition is as below. (Cooling)
Refrigerant

Outside ambient
Temp.

R22

35C (95F)

The pressure of the gas side


service valve.
5.0~7.0kg/cm2G

NOTE

: If the actual pressure is higher than shown, the system is most likely overcharged so extra refrigerant should be
removed.
If the actual pressure is lower than shown, the system is most likely undercharged so extra refrigerant should be added.
The air conditioner is now ready for use.
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2.9.3 Transfer to customer with explanation


Operational step

Complete test run

Make final report


(test run
inspection sheet)

Explain how to
operate and
maintain equipment

Hand over
relevant printed
materials

The measurements taken during the test run should be recorded and kept on a test run inspection sheet.
Do not forget to record the length of the refrigerant piping and the refrigerant additional charging volume on the plate on
the back of the outdoor unit external notice board, as this information will be required for servicing the system.
Explain the customer how to operate and maintain the equipment and let him try it.
Assemble all the relevant diagrams and other printed matter which is required to operate the system and hand over to
the customer (on the spot) and request him to keep it handy.
Service contact address.

List of equipment which has been delivered

Installation drawing

It is essential to prepare a control wiring diagram


which clarifies the refrigerant system and the
control system.

1 set of operation manuals

Names of those responsible for the


work (emergency contact address)

Equipment guarantees.

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3. Installation of indoor unit


3.1 Safety precautions
Please strictly follow the instructions given in the Installation manual .Improper installation by ignoring the instructions can
lead to damage of life and property.
Make sure to read the following safety instructions very carefully and throughly .

WARNING

This symbol indicates the possibility of death or serious injury.

CAUTION

This symbol indicates the possibility of injury or damage to properties only.

The meaning of the symbols used in this manual are as shown below.

Be sure not to do.


Be sure to follow the instruction.

WARNING
Do not use a defective or underrated circuit breaker.
There is risk of fire or electric shock.
Always use this appliance on a dedicated circuit breaker.
Otherwise it can cause electric shock or fire.
For electrical work, contact the dealer, seller, a qualified electrician, or an authorized service center. Do not disassemble or repair the product by yourself.
There is risk of fire or electric shock.
Always ground the product as per the field wiring diagram. Do not connect the ground wire to gas or water pipes
lightening rod or telephone ground wire.
There is risk of fire or electric shock.
Install the panel and the cover of control box securely.
There is risk of fire or electric shock due to dust , water etc.
Use the correctly rated breaker or fuse.
There is risk of fire or electric shock.
Do not modify or extend the power cable. If the power cable or cord has scratches or skin peeled off or then immediately replace it.
There is risk of fire or electric shock.
For installation, removal or reinstall, always contact the dealer or an Authorized Service Center.
There is risk of fire, electric shock, explosion, or injury.
Do not install the product on a defective installation foundation. Be sure that the installation area does not deteriorate with age.
If the base collapses, the air conditioner could fall with it, causing property damage, product failure, and personal injury.
When the product is soaked (flooded or submerged) in water, contact an Authorized Service Center for repair
before using it again.
There is risk of fire or eletric shock.
In outdoor unit the step-up capacitor supplies high voltage electlicity to the electricity components.
Be sure to discharge the capacitor completely before conducting the repair work.
An charged capacitor can cause electrical shock.
Be sure to use only those parts which are listed in the service parts list. Never attempt to modify the equipment.
The use of inappropriate parts can cause an electrical shock, excessive heat generation or fire.
Indoor/outdoor wiring connections must be secured tightly and the cable should be routed properly so that there is
no force pulling the cable at the connection terminals.
Improper or loose connections can cause excessive heat generation or fire.

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Safely dispose off the packing materials.


Things like screws, nails, batteries, broken things etc. after installation or service can cause injury to small kids.
Tear and throw away the plastic packaging bags so that children do not play with them.
During svc be sure to check the refrigerant to the used.
Incorrect refrigerant used can prevent the normal operation of the unit.
When installing the unit, use the installation kit provided with the product.
Otherwise the unit may fall and cause severe injury .
Do not touch, operate, or repair the product with wet hands.
There is risk of electric shock or fire.
Do not place a heater or other appliances near the power cable.
There is risk of fire and electric shock.
Do not allow water to run into electric parts. Install the unit away from water sources
There is risk of fire, failure of the product, or electric shock.
Do not store or use or even allow flammable gas or combustibles near the product.
There is risk of fire or failure of product.
Do not use the product in a tightly closed space for a long time. Perform ventilation regularly.
Oxygen deficiency could occur and hence harm your health.
If strange sounds, smell or smoke comes out from product, immediately turn the breaker off or disconnect the
power supply cable.
There is risk of electric shock or fire.
When installing the unit, use the installation kit provided with the product.
Otherwise the unit may fall and cause severe injury.
Do not open the front grill of the product during operation. (Do not touch the electrostatic filter, if the unit is so
equipped.)
There is risk of physical injury, electric shock or product failure.
Ventilate the product room from time to time when operating it together with a stove, or heating element etc.
Oxygen deficiency can occur and hence harm your health.
Turn off when cleaning or repairing the product.
There is risk of electric shock.
When the product is not to be used for a long time, shut off the circuit breaker.
There is risk of product damage or failure or unintended operation.

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CAUTION
Use two or more people to lift and transport the product.
Avoid personal injury.
Do not install the product where it exposed to sea wind (salt spray) directly.
It may cause corrosion on the product. Corrosion, particularly on the condenser and evaporator fins, could cause product
malfunction or inefficient operation.
Install the drain hose to ensure that water is drained away properly.
A bad connection may cause water leakage.
Keep level even when installing the product.
To avoid vibration or noise.
Always check for gas (refrigerant) leakage after installation or repair of product.
Low pressure levels may cause failure of product.
Do not block the inlet or outlet of air flow.
It may cause product failure.
Use a soft cloth to clean. Do not use harsh detergents, solvents or splashing water etc .
There is risk of fire, electric shock, or damage to the plastic parts of the product.
Do not step on or put anyting on the product. (outdoor units)
There is risk of personal injury and failure of product.
Do not insert hands or other objects through the air inlet or outlet while the product is operating.
There are sharp and moving parts that could cause personal injury.
Be cautious when unpacking and installing the product.
Sharp edges could cause injury. Be especially careful of the case edges and the fins on the condenser and evaporator.
If the refrigerant gas leaks during the repair, do not touch the leaking refrigerant gas.
The refrigerant gas can cause frostbite (cold burn).
Do not tilt the unit when removing or uninstalling it.
The condensed water inside can cause spill and wet the furniture and the floor.
Do not mix air or gas other than the specified refrigerant used in the system.
If air enters the refrigerant system, an excessively high pressure results, causing equipment damage or injury.
Replace the old batteries in the remote control with new ones of the same type. Do not mix old and new batteries or
different types of batteries.
There is risk of fire or explosion.
If the liquid from the batteries gets onto your skin or clothes, wash it well with clean water. Do not use the remote if
the batteries have leaked.
The chemicals in batteries could cause burns or other health hazards.
Do not use the product for special purposes, such as preserving foods, works of art, etc. It is a consumer air conditioner, not a precision refrigeration system.
There is risk of damage or loss of property.
Do not touch the metal parts of the product when removing the air filter.
There is risk of personal injury.
If the refrigerant gas leaks during the installation or operation ventilate the area immediately.
Otherwise it can be harmful to your health.
Do not turn off the power immediately after stopping the operation.
Always wait for 5 minutes before turning off the power otherwise water leakage and troubles can occur.
Do not let the air conditioner run for a long time when the humidity is very high and a door or a window is left open.
Moisture may condense and wet or damage furniture.
Do not expose your skin or kids or plants to the cool or hot air draft.
This could harm your health.
Do not drink the water drained from the product.
It is not hygienic and could cause serious health issues.
Use a firm stool or ladder when cleaning, maintaining or repairing the product at an height.
Be careful and avoid personal injury.
Dismantling the unit , treatment of the refrigerant oil and eventual parts should be done in accordance with local
and national standards.
Do not recharge or disassemble the batteries. Do not dispose off batteries in fire.
They may burn or explode.

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3.1.1 Points for explanation about operations


The items with WARNING and CAUTION marks in the operation manual are the items pertaining to possibillties for body
injury and material damage in addition to the general usage of the product. Accordingly, it is necessary that you make a full
explanation about the described contents and also ask your customers to read the owner's manual.

NOTE

to the installer

Be sure to instruct customers how to properly operate the unit (especially cleaning filters, different operating functions, and
adjusting the temperature) by having them carry out operations themselves while looking at the manual.

3.1.2 Selecting installation site for indoor units


1) Select an installation site where the following conditions are fulfilled and that meets your customer s
approval.
Location strong enough to bear the weight of the unit.
Location accessible and having enough clearance for inspection and service in the future.
Location allowing easy condensate drainage and suitable gradient of the unit and the drain pipe.
Piping between the indoor and outdoor unit is possible within the allowable limits.
Location free from electrical noise.
Location allowing optimum air distribution without any blocking to air flow.
Location having no risk of flammable gas leakage.
Location free from mineral oil mist or an oil spray or vapor example in kitchen .It could result in leakage .
Location free from corrosive gases such as sulphurous acid gas because it corrodes the copper pipes or soldered
parts resulting in leakage .
Location free from any machinery emitting electromagnetic waves which may disturb the control system thus causing
malfunction of the unit .
Location free from flammable gases , carbon fibre , or ignitable dust suspensions in the air or where volatile flames
are handled like gasoline or thinner. Operating in such conditions may result in fire .
Install the indoor and outdoor units, power supply wiring and connecting wires at least 1m away from television or
radio in order to prevent image interference or noise. (Depending on the radio waves, a distance of 1m. may not be
sufficient enough to eliminate the noise.)
Consider whether the place where the unit will be installed can support the full weight of the unit, and reinforce it with
boards and beams, etc. If needed before proceeding with the installation. Reinforce the place to prevent vibration and
noise before installing.
Obey the local and national regulations and limits regarding airconditioner installation.

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2) For the following items, take special care during construction and check after installation is finished
Items to be checked after completion of installation work
Items to be checked

If not properly done, what is likely to occur

Are the indoor and outdoor unit fixed firmly?

The units may drop, vibrate or make noise.

Is the gas leak test finished?

It may result in insufficient cooling or heating.

Is the unit fully insulated?

Condensate water may drip.

Does drainage flow smoothly?

Condensate water may drip.

Does the power supply voltage correspond to that


shown on the name plate?

The unit may malfunction or the components burn out.

Are wiring and piping correct?

The unit may malfunction or the components burn out.

Is the unit safely grounded?

It may be dangerous during electric leakage.

Is wiring size correct according to specifications?

The unit may malfunction or the components burn out.

Is there something blocking the air outlet or inlet of


either the indoor or outdoor units?

It may result in insufficient cooling or heating.

Are refrigerant piping length and additional


refrigerant charge noted down?

The refrigerant charge in the system is not clear.

Check

3.1.3 Before installation


During product unpacking and removing it from the packing case, be sure to lift it without exerting any pressure on other
parts, especially, horizontal flaps, the refrigerant piping, drain piping, and other resin parts.
The accessories needed for installation must be retained in your custody until the installation work is completed. Do not discard
them!
Decide upon a line of transport.
Leave the unit inside its packaging while moving, until reaching the installation site. Where unpacking is unavoidable, use a sling of
soft material or protective plates together with a rope when lifting, to avoid damage or scratches to the unit.
When using the wireless remote controller, refer to the installation manual attached to the wireless remote controller.

NOTE

Be sure to read this manual before installing the indoor unit.


Entrust installation to the place of purchase or an authorized serviceman. Improper installation could lead to leaks and in
worst cases, electric shock or fire.
Use only parts provided with the unit or parts satisfying required specifications. Unspecified parts could cause the unit to
fall out of place, or could lead to leaks and in the worst cases, electric shock or fire.

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3.2 Ceiling cassette 4-way


Please read the instruction sheets completely before installing the product.
When the power cord is damaged, replacement work shall be performed by authorized personnel only.
Installation work must be performed in accordance with the national wiring standards by authorized personnel only.

Anti-bacteria
Air Outlet
Air Inlet
Remote
Controller

3.2.1 Accessories
Check whether the following accessories are included with your unit.

1) Standard accessories
Name

Drain hose

Clamp metal

Quantity

1 EA

1 EA

Washer for
hanging backet
8 EA

Shape

Clamp

Insulation for
fitting

8 EA

1 SET

for gas pipe

(Other)

Paper pattern for


installation
Owner's manual
Installation manual

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3.2.2 Selection of the best location


There should not be any heat source or steam near the
unit.
There should not be any obstacles to the air circulation.
There should be provision of easy condensate drain.
Taking into account the noise prevention criteria, spot the
installation location.
Do not install the unit near the door way.
Keep proper distances, of the unit, from ceiling, fence,
floor, walls and other obstacles as shown in figure.
The indoor unit must have sufficient maintenance space.

3.2.3 Precautions regarding cassette


indoor unit installation
1) Main points about the indoor installation
- In case of high height ceiling
In general commercial places and offices though the
height of the ceiling is 2.7 m, the ceiling height can be 3
m. In such cases because of the temperature difference
with the floor the heating effect can fall down.

Discharge
Suction
High elevation
of the ceiling

Hot air
Cold air

20 or more

Ceiling

False ceiling

Outdoor
side
(Entering of air by
frequent opening
and closing of door)

False ceiling

1500
or more

- Countermeasure method
1500 or
more

1500 or
more

Air conditioner must be able to operate in high ceiling


rooms.

Plan to install the circulator.


Unit:mm
Floor

The air discharge port is made to give more airflow to the


down wood directions.
The gate or exit of the building is protected by dual door
system.

NOTE

Above figure means minimum value. Please keep these


value at least.
If H is 2700~3200: High ceiling operation control required
If H is ~2700: Normal operation

2) In case the floor or surfaces of the place


to be air conditioned is in direct contact
with the outdoor air
- The floor of the heating room in direct contact with
the storeroom, garage or the outside air receives
the cold air at the floor and the floor temperature
decreases and the person will feel cold at the feet.
Indoor

1500 or more
1500 or more

Low temperature
of the floor

1500 or more

Outdoor side

Outdoor side
Garage

(50~100mm
Insulation required)
Outdoor side

1500 or more

In such places where the feet comes in direct contact


with floors will give a cold feeling to the person.

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- Countermeasure:
Use the carpet on the floor (compared to the tiles, the
carpet over it will have a 3 degree rise in temperature)

Refrigerant piping: Increase the piping insulation


thickness above 20 mm.
Refrigerant piping

Insulating the floor.


Floor heating

CAUTION

Case of cold air intake:


The duct surface will have dew drops so an insulation
material on the duct is a must.(Insulation material: a
glass wool of thickness 25 mm will be appropriate.)

Others: Inside the ceiling near th air tight seal places


(To escape of the humidity inside false ceiling)

3) In case of high temperature or high


humidity between the false ceiling and
ceiling slab(near by the sea, river, lake,
spa)
- In case of temperature of 30 degree and humidity
above 80%, the units body as well as the piping
insulation should be strengthened.
Refer to the picture given below.
Psychrometric chart

Enhance additional
insulation required area

Grill for ventilation

4) In case of multiple indoor cassette units


(recommended)
Indoor unit

Indoor unit
Ventilator
Lighting

Relative humidity

30C
1500mm or more
2000mm or more

- Places having the temperature and humidity of the


surrounding water sources(sea, river etc.)

3000mm or more

In case, steam is generated between the false ceiling


and the ceiling slab
Due to some nearby steam source.
Indoor unit: Insulate the unit body with some insulation
material like glass wool of at least 10 mm thickness.

Additional insulation required

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3.2.4 Ceiling opening dimensions and


hanging bolt location
The dimensions of the paper pattern for installation are
the same as those of the ceiling opening dimensions.
Select and mark the position for fixing bolts and piping
hole.

1) Install the suspension bolts.


(Use either a W3/8 or M10 size bolt) Use a hole-in anchor
for existing ceilings, and a sunken insert, sunken anchor or
other field supplied parts for new ceilings to reinforce the
ceiling to bear the weight of the unit. Adjust clearance from
the ceiling before proceeding further.

Decide the position for fixing bolts slightly tilted to the


drain direction after considering the direction of drain
hose.

Ceiling
Anchor
Long nut or turn-buckle

Drill the hole for anchor bolt on the wall.

Suspension bolt

The hole size for four anchor bolts is 14.5mm & 40mm
depth.

False ceiling

TP/TN/TM Chassis
875

NOTE

787

All the above parts are field supplied.

840

875

684

840

671

3.2.5 Indoor unit installation


Installation of the accessories (except for the decoration
panel) before installing the indoor unit is easier.

1) Install the indoor unit.


Attach the hanger bracket to the suspension bolt. Be sure
to fix it securely by using a nut and washer from the upper
and lower sides of the hanger bracket.

Unit: mm
Hanging bolt
(W3/8 or M10)

TQ Chassis
585~660 (Ceiling Opening)

Nut
(W3/8 or M10)

Flat washer for M10


(accessory)

Spring washer
(M10)

461

585~660 (Ceiling Opening)

570 Unit
Size

517

319 570 Unit


Size

523

517
Flat washer for M10
(accessory)
Nut
(W3/8 or M10)
Ceiling
Keep the distance
of the bolt
from the bracket
to 40mm or more

Air conditioner body


False ceiling

Unit: mm

Adjust the same height

The following parts are locally purchased.


- Hanging Bolt

- W 3/8 or M10

- Nut

- W 3/8 or M10

- Spring Washer - M10


- Plate Washer - M10
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2) For new ceilings


Refer to the paper pattern for ceiling opening
dimension.
The center of the ceiling opening is indicated on the
paper pattern for installation.
The center of the unit is indicated on the label attached
to the unit and on the paper pattern for installation.

3.2.6 Connecting pipes to the indoor


unit
1) Refrigerant piping work
please refer REFRIGERANT PIPING WORK.

2) Piping insulation

First remove paper packaging material from the


4 corners of the paper pattern for installation , fix the
paper pattern to the unit with screws.

Perform heat insulation work completely on both gas and


the liquid pipe. Because improper insulation will result in
condensate formation over pipe.

Ceiling height is shown on the side of the paper pattern


for installation. Adjust the height of the unit according to
this indication.

Use the heat insulation material for refrigerant piping


which has an excellent heat resistance (over 120C).
Precautions in high humidity circumstance:
Refer to insulation work

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Adjust the unit to the right position for installation.
Assure that the unit is horizontal.
The indoor unit is equipped with a built-in drain pump
and float switch. At each of the unit's 3 corners, verify
that it is levelled by using awater-level or a water-filled
vinyl tube. (Otherwise it will result in the malfunctioning
of unit and cause water to drip.)
Remove the washer fixing plate used for
preventing the washer from falling and tighten the
upper nut.
5) Remove the paper pattern for installation

CAUTION

Make sure to insulate any field piping all the way to the
piping connection inside the unit. Any exposed piping
may cause condensation or burns if touched.

3) Indoor unit drain piping


Drain piping must have downward slope (1/50 to 1/100):
be sure not to provide up-and-down slope to prevent
reverse flow.
During drain piping connection, be careful not to exert
extra force on the drain port of the indoor unit.

2) For existing ceilings

The outside diameter of the drain connection on the indoor


unit is 32mm.

Adjust the height and position of the unit.


Perform steps 3 and 4 in "5.1 For new ceilings".

Piping material: Polyvinyl chloride pipe 25mm and pipe


fittings

1/50~
1/100

Upward
routing
not allowed

Max. 800mm
(18k : Max. 700mm)

Be sure to install heat insulation on the drain piping.


Heat insulation material: Polyethylene foam with thickness more than 10 mm.

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3.2.7 Installation of decoration panel

4) Drain test
Feed water

Flexible drain hose


(Accessory)
Main
drain pipe

Drain pump

Drain
port

CAUTION

Properly install decoration panel because any slit or gap


between unit and decoration panel will result cool air
leakage which may responsible for water driblling.

Glue the joint

Air conditioner
unit

Drain hose connection


use the clip (Accessory)

False
ceiling
Decoration panel
Fit the insulation (this part) and
be careful for cool air leakage

Drain pan

Air conditioner unit


Air

Cool air leakage(no good)

Flexible drain hose False

ceiling

Decoration panel

The decorative panel has its installation direction.


Before installing the decorative panel, always
remove the paper template.

TP/TM/TN Chassis
1. Remove the packing and take out air inlet grille
from front panel.

Front grille

2. Remove the Corner covers of the panel.

Coner cover

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3. Fit the panel on the unit by inserting hooks as


shown in picture.

6. Open two screws of control panel cover.

Hook clip
Screw

Hook

4. Insert two screws on diagonal corners of panel.


Do not tighten the bolts completely. (The fixing
screws are included in the indoor unit box.)
Check the alignment of panel with the ceiling.
Height can be adjusted using hanging bolts as
shown in picture. Insert the other two screws
and tighten all screws completely.

7. Connect one display connector and two vane


control connectors of front panel to indoor unit
PCB.
The position marking on PCB is as:
Display connector : CN-DISP
Vane control connector: CN-VANE 1,2

CN VANE 1,2

CN DISP

8. Close the cover for control box.

9. Fit the link on the panel as shown in picture.


(The link is included in the front panel unit box.)

Link

5. Fit the corner covers.


10. Attach the other side of link on the filter guide
of inlet grille. Install the air inlet grille and filter
on the panel.
Link

Filter
guide

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TQ Chassis
1. Remove the packing and take out air inlet grille
from front panel.

5. Fit the corner covers.

Front grille

6. Open two screws of control panel cover.


2. Remove the Corner covers of the panel.

Screw

Coner cover

3. Fit the panel on the unit by inserting hooks as


shown in picture.

7. Connect one display connector and two vane control connectors of front panel to indoor unit PCB.
The position marking on PCB is as:
Display connector : CN-DISPLAY
Vane control connector: CN-VANE 1,2

Hook clip
Hook
CN VANE 1,2 CN DISPLAY

8. Close the cover for control box.


4. Insert two screws on diagonal corners of panel.
Do not tighten the bolts completely. (The fixing
screws are included in the indoor unit box.)
Check the alignment of panel with the ceiling.
Insert the other two screws and tighten all
screws completely.

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3.2.8 Electric wiring work


1) General instructions
All field supplied parts and materials, electric works must
conform to local codes.
Use copper wire only.
Follow the "WIRING DIAGRAM attached to the unit
body to wire the outdoor unit, indoor units and the remote
controller.
All wiring must be performed by an authorized electrician.
This system consists of multiple indoor units. Mark each
indoor unit as unit A, unit B..., and make sure the terminal board wiring to the outdoor unit and indoor units are
properly matched. If wiring and piping between the outdoor unit and an indoor units are mismatched, the system may a malfunction.
A circuit breaker capable of shutting down the power
supply to the entire system must be installed.

2) Wiring Connection
Open the control box cover and connect the Remote controller cord and Indoor power wires.

Make sure to attach the sealing material (field supplied)


to hole of wiring to prevent the infiltration of foreign particle from outside. Otherwise a short-circuit may occur
inside the electric parts box
When clamping the wires, be sure no pressure is applied
to the wire connections by using the included clamping
material to make appropriate clamps. Also, when wiring,
make sure the cover on the electric parts box fits snugly
by arranging the wires neatly and attaching the electric
parts box cover firmly. When attaching the electric parts
box cover, make sure no wires get caught in the edges.
Pass wiring through the holes to prevent damage.
Make sure the remote controller wiring, the wiring
between the units, and other electrical wiring do not pass
through the same locations outside the unit, separating
them properly, otherwise electrical noise (external static)
could cause product malfunction.

WARNING

Make sure that the screws of the terminal are not loose.

NOTE
Connecting
Cable

Remote Controller
Cable

18k Btu/h(1)
Heat Pump Model
L

Terminal Block of Outdoor Unit


N 1(L) 2(N) 3 4 5

Terminal Block of Indoor Unit


1(L) 2(N)
3
4

POWER INPUT

Connecting
Cable

1. Use round crimp-style terminals for connecting


wires to the power supply terminal block. If
unavailable, observe the following points when
wiring.
Do not connect wires of different gauge to the same
power supply terminal. (Loose connection may cause
overheating.)
Use the specified electric wire. Connect the wire
securely to the terminal. Lock the wire down without
applying excessive force to the terminal.

Remote Controller
Cable

Attach insulation sleeve


Round crimp-style terminal

24k/30k Btu/h(1)
Cooling Model
Terminal Block of Outdoor Unit
1(L) 2(N) 1(L) 2(N) 3

Electricwire
Terminal Block of Indoor Unit
1(L)
2(N)
3

POWER INPUT

36k/48k/60k Btu/h(1)
Cooling Model
1(L) 2(N)

1(L) 2(N) 3

Terminal Block of Indoor Unit


1(L)
2(N)
3

Connect wires of the same gauge to both sides

POWER INPUT

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2. Tightening torque for the terminal screws.


Use the correct screwdriver for tightening the terminal
screws. If the blade of screwdriver is too small, the
head of the screw might be damaged, and the screw
will not be properly tightened.
If the terminal screws are tightened too hard, screws
might be damaged.
3. Do not connect wires of different gauge to the
same grounding terminal. Loose connection may
deteriorate protection.
4. At the unit, keep proper distance between transmisson and power supply wiring.
The equipment may malfunction if subjected to
electrical (external) noise.
5. Never connect power supply wiring to the terminal
block for remote controller wiring. A mistake of
this sort could damage the entire system.
6. Use only specified wire and tightly connect wires
to terminals. Be careful that wires should not
place external stress on terminals. Keep wiring in
neat order and so as not to obstruct other equipment such as popping open the electric parts box
cover. Make sure the cover closes tight.
Incomplete connections could result in overheating, and in worst case, electric shock or fire.

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4. Installation of outdoor unit


4.1 Safety precautions
Please strictly follow the instructions given in the Installation manual .Improper installation by ignoring the instructions can
lead to damage of life and property.
Make sure to read the following safety instructions very carefully and throughly .

WARNING

This symbol indicates the possibility of death or serious injury.

CAUTION

This symbol indicates the possibility of injury or damage to properties.

The meanings of the symbols used in this manual are as shown below.

Be sure not to do.


Be sure to follow the instructions.

WARNING
Do not use a defective or underrated circuit breaker.
There is risk of fire or electric shock.
Do not use a multi consent. Always use this appliance on a dedicated circuit and breaker.
Otherwise it can cause electric shock or fire.
For electrical work, contact the dealer, seller, a qualified electrician, or an authorized service center. Do not disassemble or repair the product by yourself.
There is risk of fire or electric shock.
Always ground the product as per the wiring diagram. Do not connect the ground wire to gas or water pipes lightening rod or telephone ground wire.
There is risk of fire or electric shock.
Install the panel and the cover of control box securely.
There is risk of fire or electric shock due to dust , water etc.
Use the correctly rated breaker or fuse.
There is risk of fire or electric shock.
If the power cable or cord has scratches or skin peeled off or deterioted then immediately replace it.
There is risk of fire or electric shock.
For installation, removal or reinstall, always contact the dealer or an authorized service center.
There is risk of fire, electric shock, explosion, or injury.
Do not install the product on a defective foundation. Be sure that the installation area does not deteriorate with
age.
If the foundation collapses, the air conditioner could fall with it, causing property damage, product failure, and personal
injury.
Never install the outdoor unit at a place from where it can fall down.
The falling outdoor unit can cause damage or injury or even death of a person and also damage or malfunctioning of the
product itself.
When the product is soaked (flooded or submerged) in water, contact an authorized service center for repair before
using it again.
There is risk of fire or electric shock.
In outdoor units the step up capacitor supplies high voltage electricity to the electrical components. Be sure to discharge the capacitor completely before conducting the repair work.
A charged capacitor can cause electrical shock.

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Be sure to use only those parts which are listed in the svc parts list. Never attempt to modify the equipment.
The use of inappropriate parts can cause an electrical shock, excessive heat generation or fire.
Indoor/outdoor wiring connections must be secured tightly and the cable should be routed properly so that there is
no force pulling the cable at the connection terminals.
Improper or loose connections can cause excessive heat heat generation or fire.
Safely dispose off the packing materials.
Things like screws, nails, batteries, broken things etc after installation or svc can cause injury to small kids. Tear away and
throw away the plastic packaging bags so that children will not play with them.
Make sure to check that the power cable plug is not dirty, loose or broken, then only insert the plug completely.
Dirty,loose or broken power plug can cause electric shock or fire.
During svc be sure to check the refrigerant to be used.
Incorrect refrigerant used can prevent the normal operation of the unit.
When installing the unit, use the installation kit provided with the product.
Otherwise the unit may fall and cause severe injury .
Do not touch, operate, or repair the product with wet hands.
There is risk of electric shock or fire.
Do not place a heater or other appliances near the power cable.
There is risk of fire and electric shock.
Do not allow water to run into electric parts. Install the unit away from water sources
There is risk of fire, failure of the product, or electric shock.
Do not store or use or even allow flammable gas or combustibles near the product.
There is risk of fire or failure of product.
If strange sounds, smell or smoke comes out from the product, immediately turn the breaker off or disconnect the
power supply cable.
There is risk of electric shock or fire.
Do not open the front grill of the product during operation. (Do not touch the electrostatic filter, if the unit is so
equipped.)
There is risk of physical injury, electric shock, or product failure.
Turn the main power off when cleaning or repairing the product.
There is risk of electric shock.
When the product is not to be used for a long time, turn off the circuit breaker.
There is risk of product damage or failure, or unintended operation.
Take care to ensure that nobody especially kids could step on or fall onto the outdoor unit.
This could result in personal injury and product damage.

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CAUTION
Use two or more people to lift and transport the product.
Avoid personal injury.
Do not install the product where it is exposed to sea wind (salt spray) directly.
It may cause corrosion on the product. Corrosion, particularly on the condenser and evaporator fins, could cause product
malfunction or inefficient operation.
Keep level even when installing the product.
To avoid vibration or noise.
Do not install the product where noise or hot air from the outdoor unit could damage or disturb the neighborhood.
It may cause a problem for your neighbors and hence dispute.
Always check for gas (refrigerant) leakage after installation or repair of product.
Low refrigerant levels may cause failure of product.
Do not block the inlet or outlet of air flow.
It may cause product failure.
Do not step on or put anyting on the product.
There is risk of personal injury and failure of product.
Do not insert hands or other objects through the air inlet or outlet while the product is operating.
There are sharp and moving parts that could cause personal injury.
Be cautious when unpacking and installing the product.
Sharp edges could cause injury. Be especially careful of the case edges and the fins on the condenser and evaporator.
If the refrigerant gas leaks during the repair, do not touch the leaking refrigerant gas.
The refrigerant gas can cause frostbite (cold burn).
Do not tilt the unit when removing or uninstalling it.
The condensed water inside can cause spill and wet the furniture and the floor.
Do not mix air or gas other than the specified refrigerant used in the system.
If air enters the refrigerant system, an excessively high pressure results, causing equipment damage or injury.
If the refrigerant gas leaks during the installation or operation, ventilate the area immediately.
Otherwise it can be harmful to your health.
Do not expose your skin or kids or plants to the cool or hot air draft.
This could harm your health.
Use a firm stool or ladder when cleaning, maintaining or repairing the product at a height.
Be careful and avoid personal injury.
Dismantling the unit , treatment of the refrigerant oil, oil and eventual parts should be done in accordance with
local and national standards.

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4.1.1 Points for explanation about operation


The items with WARNING and CAUTION marks in the operation manual are the items pertaining to possibillties for bodily
injury and material damage in addition to the general usage of the product. Accordingly, it is necessary that you make a full
explanation about the described contents and also ask your customers to read the operation manual.

4.1.2 Note to the installer


Be sure to instruct customers how to properly operate the unit (especially cleaning filters, operating different functions, and
adjusting the temperature) by having them carry out operations themselves by looking at the manual.

4.1.3 Selecting installation site for outdoor units


Select an installation site where the following conditions are fulfilled and that meets with your customer s approval.
Location strong enough to bear the weight of the unit.
Location accessible and having enough clearance for inspection and service in the future.
Location allowing easy condensate drainage suitable gradient of the unit and the drain pipe.
Piping between the indoor and outdoor unit is possible within the allowable limits.
Location free from electrical noise.
Location allowing optimum air distribution without any blocking to air flow.
Location having no risk of flammable gas leakage.
Location free from mineral oil mist or an oil spray or vapor eg in kitchen .It could result in leakage .
Location free from corrosive gases such as sulphurous acid gas because it corrodes the copper pipes or soldered parts
resulting in leakage .
Location free from any machinery emitting electromagnetic waves which may disturb the control system thus causing
malfunction of the unit .
Location free from flammable gases , carbon fibre , or ignitable dust suspensions in the air or where volatile flames are
handled like gasoline or thinner. Operating in such conditions may result in fire .
Install the indoor and outdoor units, power supply wiring and connecting wires at least 1m. away from televisions or
radios in order to prevent image interference or noise. (Depending on the radio waves, a distance of 1m. may not be sufficient enough to eliminate the noise.)
Consider whether the place where the unit will be installed can support the full weight of the unit, and reinforce it with
boards and beams, etc. if needed before proceeding with the installation. Also, reinforce the place to prevent vibration
and noise before installing. (The installation pitch can be found on the paper pattern for installation (3), so refer to it when
considering the necessity for reinforcing the location.)
Obey the local and national regulations and limits regarding airconditioner installation.
Location free from lavatory (NH3.etc.). NH3 gas will cause corrosion of outdoor unit metallic parts.

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4.1.4 For the following items, take special care during construction and check
after installation is finished
1. Items to be checked after completion of work
Unit

Items to be checked

If not properly done, what is likely to occur

Are the indoor and outdoor unit fixed firmly?

The units may drop, vibrate or make noise.

Is the gas leak test finished?

It may result in insufficient cooling.

Is the unit fully insulated?

Condensate water may drip.

Does drainage flow smoothly?

Condensate water may drip.

Does the power supply voltage correspond to that


shown on the name plate?

The unit may malfunction or the components burn out.

Are wiring and piping correct?

The unit may malfunction or the components burn out.

Is the unit safely grounded?

It may be dangerous at electric leakage.

Is wiring size according to specifications?

The unit may malfunction or the components burn out.

Is something blocking the air outlet or inlet of


either the indoor or outdoor units?

It may result in insufficient cooling.

Are refrigerant piping length and additional


refrigerant charge noted down?

The refrigerant charge in the system is not clear.

Check

CAUTION

Be very careful about product transportation.


Some products use PP bands for packaging. Do not use any PP bands for a means of transportation. It is dangerous.
Safely dispose of the packing materials.
Packing materials, such as nails and other metal or wooden parts, may cause stabs or other injuries.
Tear apart and throw away plastic packaging bags so that children will not play with them. If children play with a plastic
bag which was not torn apart, they face the risk of suffocation.

NOTE

Install the indoor and outdoor units, power supply wiring and connecting wires at least 1m. away from televisions
or radios in order to prevent image interference or noise.
(Depending on the radio waves, a distance of 1m. may not be sufficient enough to eliminate the noise.)

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4.1.5 Before installation


During product unpacking and removing it from the packing case, be sure to lift it without exerting any pressure
on other parts, especially, horizontal flaps, the refrigerant piping, drain piping, and other resin parts.
Be sure to remove a cushion (corrugated paper) located between the heat exchanger and the right air filter.
The accessories needed for installation must be retained in your custody until the installation work is completed. Do not
discard them!
Decide upon a line of transport.
Leave the unit inside its packaging while moving, until it reaches the installation site. Where unpacking is unavoidable, use
a sling of soft material or protective plates together with a rope when lifting, to avoid damage or scratches to the unit.
For the installation of an outdoor unit, refer to the installation manual attached to the outdoor unit.
When using the wireless remote controller, refer to the installation manual attached to the wireless remote controller.
Entrust installation to the place of purchase or an authorized serviceman. Improper installation could lead to leaks and in
worst cases, electric shock of fire.
Use only parts provided with the unit or parts satisfying required specifications. Unspecified parts could cause the unit to
fall out of place, or could lead to leaks and, in the worst cases, electric shock or fire.

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4.2 Introduction
This installation guidance describes the procedures for outdoor unit installation, piping, wiring, and control between outdoor
units, indoor units and controller.
Installation of the indoor units is not described in this part. Please refer to the installation guidance manual which is supplied
with indoor units for their respective installation.

4.2.1 Lifting method


Always lift the unit with ropes attached at four points so
that impact is not applied to the unit.
Attach the ropes to the unit at an angle of 40 or less.
Use two ropes at least 7 m long.

4.2.2 Inspecting and handling the


unit
At the time of delivery, the package should be checked for
any damage from out side and inside, If damaged then it
should be reported to the carrier claims agent immediately .
When handling the unit refer to following cautions:
Handle the unit with care. Keep the unit upright in order
to avoid inside components damage.

CAUTION

Be very careful when carrying the product.


PP bands are used to pack some products. Do not use
them as a mean for transportation because they are
dangerous.
Do not touch heat exchanger fins with your bare hands.
Otherwise you may get cut.
Tear plastic packaging bag and scrap it so that children
cannot play with it. Otherwise plastic packaging bag
may suffocate children to death.

If a forklift is to be used it should pass the forklift arms


through the openings at the bottom of the unit.
If a crane is used, lift the unit preferably with 2 ropes of
at least 7m length.
When lifting the unit with a crane, always use protectors
to prevent belt damage and pay attention to the position
of the unit's center of gravity.
Bring the unit in original package to prevent damage
during local transport.

When carrying in outdoor unit, be sure to support it at


four points. Carrying in and lifting with 3-point support
may make outdoor unit unstable, resulting in a fall of it.

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Foundation

4.3 Foundation
LT-C182QLE0
LT-C242PLE0
LT-C302PLE0
LT-C362NLE0
LT-H182QLE0
LT-H242PLE0
LT-H302PLE0
LT-H362NLE0
<Basic intensity>
100mm

Bolt Factor
Concrete height
Bolt inserted depth

M10-J type
100mm or more
70mm or more

546mm

370mm or more

LT-C482MLE0
<Basic intensity>
Bolt Factor
Concrete height
Bolt inserted depth

M10-J type
100mm or more
70mm or more

100mm

546mm

370mm or more

LT-C602MLE0
LT-H482MLE0
LT-H602MLE0
<Basic intensity>
Bolt Factor
Concrete height
Bolt inserted depth

M10-J type
100mm or more
70mm or more

100mm

546mm

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4.4 Settlement of the outdoor unit


Anchor the outdoor unit with a bolt and nut tightly and horizontally on a concrete or rigid mount.
When installing on the wall, roof or rooftop, anchor the mounting base securely with a nail or wire assuming the influence
of wind and earthquake.
In the case when the vibration of the unit is conveyed to the house, secure the unit with an anti-vibration rubber.

Bolt construction work


Mechanical anchor bolt

Foundation bolt

M10

Nut

Size M10
Count 4EA

75

60~120

Frame

Settlement draw of outdoor units

Bolt

Tubing connection

CAUTION

The ingredients of foundation : Cement : Sand : Gravel for the concrete should 1 : 2 : 4 ratio
The foundation surface should be finished with mortar.
The edges of foundation should be rounded.
A drain passage should be made around the foundation to thoroughly drain water away from the equipment installation
area.
If installing the outdoor units on the roof, the roof's strength have to be checked.
Care should be taken for weather - proofing
Blocking all gaps of outdoor unit, for passing piping and wiring, using sealing material (Field supply)
(Animals and bugs might enter the machine.)

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Selection of the best location

4.5 Selection of the best location


This unit is suitable for installation in a residential and commercial environment situation.
If installed near a household appliance it can cause electromagnetic interference.
The units should be installed in a location that meets the following requirements:
A robust and strong base which can support the weight of the unit and will not degrade easily
If an awning is built over the unit to prevent direct sunlight or rain exposure, make sure that the discharge air of the condenser is not restricted.
It is recommended that the outdoor unit should be fenced to avoid animals or plants being exposed in the direct path of
the discharged air .
Ensure proper spaces between the unit and its surrounding as given in the figure.
Ensure that the water shall not cause any damage by overflowing in case of water condensation
The noise, vibration and hot discharged air of the outdoor unit should not annoy the surrounding environment.
Ensure that there is no damage to the pipes in the long run as it may cause refrigerant leakage.
In case the outdoor may have heavy snow :
a. Make foundation at a suitable height.
b. Fit a suitable hood or a awning over the unit.
Rooftop Installations : If the outdoor unit is installed on a roof, be sure to level the unit. Ensure the roof structure and
anchoring method are adequate for the unit location. Consult local codes regarding rooftop mounting.

CAUTION
CAUTION

An inverter air conditioner can cause electronic noise generated from broadcasting frequency. Make sure to maintain
An inverter
air conditioner
cause electronic
noisewires
generated
broadcasting
sure to maintain
proper
distances
between can
the products
and electric
keepingfrom
away
from stereo,frequency.
TV set or Make
other appliances
proper
distances
the products
1.
Branch
switch, between
over current
breaker and electric wires keeping away from stereo, TV set or other appliances
1. Remote
Branch switch,
over current breaker
2.
controller
2. Remote
3.
Cool/heatcontroller
selector
3. Radio
Cool/heat
selector
4.
or TV
set
4. Wireless
Radio or TV
set
5.
microphone
5.frequency
Wireless microphone
If
signal of AM broadcasting or TV Set is non stable, keep distances of 3m or more from product and use elecIf frequency
signal
AM broadcasting
or TV
Settransmission
is non stable,
keep distances of 3m or more from product and use electric
wire along
with of
conduit
tubes for power
and
cable.
tric wire along with conduit tubes for power and transmission cable.

CAUTION

1. Actually the R410A refrigerant is not toxic, nonflammable and odor free. Any how if the refrigerant is leaked then its
concentration may exceed the allowable limit depending on the related space volume.
Due to this, it is necessary to take measures for the volume size against leakage.
2. Do not install unit in following locations.
Locations where sulfurous acids or this kind of corrosive gases might help corrode copper piping and soldered joints,
and can cause refrigerant leakage.
Locations such as kitchens or cuisine which contain a lot of hot oil or steam or where oil may splatter to the product.
Can cause the unit to leak or other serious problem.
Locations where electromagnetic waves is prevalent. The electromagnetic waves may cause the control system to
malfunction or causing an abnormal operation.
Locations where inflammable gas might leak, where combined gasoline, methane or other volatile substances, carbon
dust and other incendiary substances are found in the atmosphere. Leaked gas may accumulate around the unit and
can cause an serious explosion.

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4.6 Clearance space


4.6.1 Clearance around outdoor unit

300 mm or more

300 mm or more
300 mm
or more

Su

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of

Fe
ob nce
sta or
cle
s

300
100 mm
or more

More than 50cm


(Service space)

600 mm or more
(Service space)

700 mm or more

Ensure that the space around the back is more than 300 mm on the opposite to the PCB side and secure 600 mm
space near the compressor and PCB side of the airconditioner for service.

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Clearance space

Clearance of side discharge unit (Unit:mm)


1) Where there is an obstacle on the air intake side:
No obstacle above
Obstacle on the suction side only

Obstacle on both the sides

30

0o

ore
rm
0o
10

rm

ore
60

0o

Obstacle above, too


Obstacle on the air intake side, too

rm

ore

or

ss

s
les

1000 or more

r le

0o

1000 or more

Obstacle on the air intake side, and both sides


500

50

ore

rm

0o

10

30

0o

rm

ore

0
10

ore

m
or

60

0o

rm

0o

rm

ore

15

ore

2) Where there is an obstacle on the discharge side:

s
les

Obstacle above, too

ore

rm

0o

50

1000 or more

No obstacle above

or

0
50

3) Where there are obstacles on both suction and discharge sides:

0
50

or

re

mo

Where the obstacles on the discharge side is higher than the unit:
No obstacle above

ore

rm

0o

ore

rm

0o

50

Obstacle above, too


The relations between H, A and L are as follows:
0 < L 1/2H

750

1/2H < L

1000

ss

or le

1000 or more

500

LH

10

Set the stand as: L H

Close the bottom of the installation frame to prevent


the discharged air from being bypassed.

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rm

0o

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Where the obstacles on the discharge side is lower than the unit:
No obstacle above

ore

rm

0o

Obstacle above, too


The relations between H, A and L are as follows:
0 < L 1/2H

100

1/2H < L

200

H<L

ss

r le

0o

50

1000 or more

Set the stand as: L H

LH

ore

rm

0o

50

10

Close the bottom of the installation frame to prevent


the discharged air from being bypassed.
ore

rm

o
00

4) Series installation

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10

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50

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[Example]

4.6.2 Air guide work


In case the out door unit is located in the outdoor cabin of
apartment or flats, then the efficiency may drop and system
pressure increases thus finally damaging the compressor or
other components in the system by heat short circuit.

4.6.3 Lightning safety zone


1) To protect outdoor unit from lightning, it should be placed
within lightning safety zone.

<Without air guide>


Safety dorice activation
Lightning rod

<With air guide>


Normal operation

Lightning rod
Protection Angle (25~55)

Safety zone

1.5m

Building Height [m]

20

30

45

60

Protection Angle []

55

45

35

25

Regarding the safety from atmosphere


electricity, follow the
local or national
regulations

2) Power cable and communication cable should be 1.5m


away from lightning rod.
3) High resistance grounded system should be performed
against induced lightning or indirect stroke.
4) If the building has no lightning protection, outdoor unit
may be damaged from lightning. This should be informed
to customer or building owner in advance.

Safe zone

Ground

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Outdoor unit piping

4.7 Outdoor unit piping


4.7.1 Outdoor unit piping
Required tools

Screw Driver

Drill M/C f 3.5/F14.5

Measuring Tape, Blade

Core drill

Spanner

Torque Wrench

Soap Foam

Thermometer

Hook Meter

Multi Tester

Flare Set

Hexagonal wrench(4mm, 5mm)

4.7.2 Connecting piping


1) Align the center of the pipings and sufficiently tighten the flare out by hand.

2) Finally, tighten the flare nut with torque


wrench until the wrench clicks.
When tightening the flare nut with torque wrench, ensure
the direction for tightening follows the arrow on the wrench.
Outdoor unit
Gas pipe

Liquid pipe

Torque wrench

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4.8 Outdoor unit installation requirements


4.8.1 Piping elevation and length
Installaton irrespective of indoor,
outdoor elevation

Max : 18k/24kBtu/h : 20m


30k/36k/48k/60kbtu/h : 30m

Model [Outdoor unit]


LT-C182QLE0
LT-C242PLE0
LT-C302PLE0
LT-C362NLE0
LT-C482MLE0
LT-C602MLE0
LT-H182QLE0
LT-H242PLE0
LT-H302PLE0
LT-H362NLE0
LT-H482MLE0
LT-H602MLE0

Standard length(m)
7.5
7.5
7.5
7.5
7.5
7.5
7.5
7.5
7.5
7.5
7.5
7.5

Max total piping length(m)


30
30
50
50
50
50
30
30
50
50
50
50

Refrigerant charge
Pipe size[mm(inch)]
Gas

Liquid

Rated
length(m)

12.7 (1/2)
15.88(5/8)
15.88(5/8)
15.88(5/8)
19.05(3/4)
19.05(3/4)
12.7 (1/2)
15.88(5/8)
15.88(5/8)
15.88(5/8)
19.05(3/4)
19.05(3/4)

6.35 (1/4)
6.35(1/4)
6.35(1/4)
6.35(1/4)
9.52(3/8)
9.52(3/8)
6.35 (1/4)
6.35(1/4)
6.35(1/4)
6.35(1/4)
9.52(3/8)
9.52(3/8)

7.5
7.5
7.5
7.5
7.5
7.5
7.5
7.5
7.5
7.5
7.5
7.5

Model

LT-C182QLE0
LT-C242PLE0
LT-C302PLE0
LT-C362NLE0
LT-C482MLE0
LT-C602MLE0
LT-H182QLE0
LT-H242PLE0
LT-H302PLE0
LT-H362NLE0
LT-H482MLE0
LT-H602MLE0

Additional
Refrigerant(g/m)

30
35
30
30
55
55
30
35
25
45
45
50

CAUTION

Extra refrigerant = (Extended length - rated length) x additional refrigerant


If total additional charge value after calculation comes out to be negative, then do not consider additional charge.

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CAUTION

1. Regulation for refrigerant leakage


: the amount of refrigerant leakage should satisfy the following equation for human safety.
Total amount of refrigerant in the system

0.3 ( kg / m3 )

Volume of the room at which indoor unit of the least capacity is installed
2. If the above equation can not be satisfied, then follow the following steps.
Selection of air conditioning system: select one of the followings.
Effective opening part Installation
Reconfirmation of outdoor unit capacity and piping length
Reduction of the amount or refrigerant
2 or more security device installation of alarm for gas leakage
Change indoor unit type
: installation position should be over 2m from the floor (Wall mounted type, Cassette type)
Adoption of ventilation system
: choose ordinary ventilation system or building ventilation system
Limitation in piping work
: design for earthquake-proof and prevention against thermal stress

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4.8.2 Transmission and power cable connection


1) Example for the connection of transmission and power cable
- No need of independent power supply for the indoor units.
Power supply

Circuit breaker

Earth wire
Outdoor unit

Indoor unit

NOTE

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: The 4 slashed lines represent 2 power line, 1 earth line and 1 transmission cable.

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Outdoor unit cabin

4.9 Outdoor unit cabin


4.9.1 Outdoor cabin louver requirement
1. Outdoor cabin type : Manual door open type
2. Louver angle : less than 15 on the horizontal base

Max15
(Recommended)

3. Louver interval: over 100mm (recommend)


4. Louver shape : wing type or plane type
Louver

Over 100mm
(Recommended)

Section
CAUTION

Opening rate and suction should be considered for


louvered outdoor room.
Do not use 'S' type louver.

Outside

Noise can occur due to backward


flow of the air passing through
the louver blade

Inside

NOTE

The problem in case the louver opening rate is small.


1. Noise can occur due to increased velocity of the air passing through louver blade.
2. Noise can occur due to the louver blade vibrations.
3. Drop in outdoor fan performance (Excess static pressure damage can cause drop in the performance as well as outdoor
heat exchange efficiency).
4. In case the louver opening rate is small or there is insufficient air flow exchange, it might stop the air conditioner.

Opening rate by louver radian


W

h
ho
H

15
ho = h * COS
Total face area(A) = H * W
Number of open space (N) = (number of louver - 1)
Effective face area(Af) = ho * W * N
Louver opening rate (n)
= Af/A
Af = A * n
Effective face area of cross section

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4.9.2 Air flow rate confirmation


Example. 1
Application Model : AT-H126CLC0 [T11AHP SC0] Air flow rate 25CMM
[Total opening rate]
1400mm
1200mm

1900mm

Case : velocity of discharging air: 5m/s,


velocity of suction air: 2.5m/s

Air guide duct

540 mm

Openness rate = 80% or more


Openness rate =

Effective face area(Af)


Total face area(A)

Air guide of discharging air part should be equipped.


770mm

Louver total dimension (excluding frame)


Louver shielding dimension by product
Suction able louver dimension
Equivalent suction dimension (Opening rate 80%)
Equivalent suction air volume
Required air volume / equivalent voloume

(A) = 1.2 m x 1.9 m = 2.28 m2


(B) =0.77 m x 0.54 m = 0.42 m2
(A-B) = 1.86m2
= 1.86 m2 x 0.8 = 1.49 m2
= 1.49 m2 x 2.5 m/s x 60s/m = 223.5 CMM
= 223.5 CMM / 25 CMM(product airflow rate) = 894 %

OK

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Installation guide at the seaside

4.10 Installation guide at the seaside


CAUTION
1. Air conditioners should not be installed in areas where corrosive gases, such as acid gas or alkaline gas, are produced.
2. Do not install the product where it will be exposed to sea wind (salt spray) directly. It may cause corrosion on the product.
Corrosion, particularly on the condenser and evaporator fins, could cause product malfunction or inefficient operation.
3. If outdoor unit is installed close to the sea shore, it should avoid direct exposure to the sea breeze and be
treated with Rust Resisting Gold Paint.
For more information, refer to Outdoor Unit Installation Guide at the Seaside.

4.10.1 Selecting the location(Outdoor Unit)


1) If the outdoor unit is to be installed close to the sea shore, direct exposure to the sea breeze should be
avoided. Install the outdoor unit on the apposite side of wind blowing.

Sea wind

Sea wind

2) Even if it is unavoidable to install the outdoor unit on the seaside, set up a windbreak not to get it exposed to
the sea breeze.

Sea wind

3) Parallel with the sea wind direction is more corrosive condition. Right angle with the sea wind is recommended to reduce damage from salty breeze.
Sea wind

Parallel with the sea wind direction

Sea wind

Right angle with the sea wind direction

4) Select a well-drained spot.


5) When installing the outdoor unit on the seashore or in such an ambient condition, contact your LG dealer.

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P/No.: 3828A20892P

Air Conditioner
20 Yeouido-dong, Yeongdeungpo-gu,
Yeouido P.O.Box 335 Seoul,
150-721, Korea.
http://www.lgeaircon.com

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Printed in Korea August/2008
The specifications, designs, and
information in this brochure are subject to
change without notice.

The air conditioners manufactured by LG have received ISO9001 certificate for


quality assurance and ISO14001 certificate for environmental management system.