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ISD 270K-DN (c/w SAT-2 Controller)

Ducted Split System Installation &


Indoor Units Maintenance
Dimensions (mm) ISD 270K-DN GENERAL
Not to Scale These ISD 270K-DN indoor units
PROJECTION
are designed to be coupled with the
OSA 270RKT outdoor units. The '-DN'
Fig. 1 indicates the unit is supplied complete with
SAT-2 room temperature controller and
1633 safety drain tray.
OPTIONAL SPRING MTG CTRS Net Weight 93 kg
45
1578
FIXED MTG CTRS Units must be installed in accordance with
1400 all national and local safety codes.
REFRIGERANT
CONNECTIONS
Options
1. Filter Box c/w polypropylene net filter
500 MIN. CLEARANCE

2. Spring Mounting Kit


480 3. Supply & Return Air Plenums
MTG CTRS
4. SAT-2 Accessories (refer overleaf).

SAFETY DRAIN TRAY


HOLES FAN ACCESS VIA The unit is supplied with a safety drain tray
12 ID REMOVEABLE BASE
125
& DRAIN TRAY to protect your ceiling against accidental
1250
ELECTRICAL 90 damage. The safety drain tray is best
60
ACCESS PANEL BOX 60
30
secured to the ISD unit after the unit has
been suspended in the ceiling, however it
130
is possible to fit it before if circumstances
make this easier.
555 225 460
OVERALL

AIR FILTRATION / FILTER BOX (Option)


As air filtration requirements vary, filters are
DRAIN 19 OD OPTIONAL
not supplied with the unit. Filters should
1655 FILTER BOX ideally be installed on the return air side of
OVERALL 650 OA
the unit, no closer than 500mm from the
back of the unit and easily accessible for
cleaning. To maximise the efficiency of air
flow, the return air filter should be twice the
Fig. 2 Spring Mounting Fig. 3 Solid Mounting area of the ISD unit's return air spigot/s. If
efficiency is less of a concern a Filter Box is
MOUNTING ROD available.
Tighten
LOCKNUTS The Filter Box is installed by unscrewing
FOR
STRENGTH the return air spigot and replacing it with
the Filter Box's filter-integrated spigot. The
MOUNTING filter may be accessed from either side of
RECOMMENDED BRACKETS this spigot. This new spigot has a depth of
MOUNTING SUPPLIED 140 mm, instead of 60 mm.
SYSTEM
(OPTIONAL
EXTRA) INSTALLATION
Positioning & Mounting
Provide 500 mm minimum clearance to both
ends of the unit.
If the Electric Heater Box option is to
be used, allow adequate clearance for
servicing.
Fig. 4 Condensate Drain If low noise is a critical factor in the
VENT PIPE installation, refer to Figure 6 for noise
100 mm Note: The Safety Drain Tray
APPROX. FOR LONG isolation recommendations.
CONDENSATE does not require trapping.
UNIT DRAIN RUNS It is recommended that the unit be mounted
50 mm using the spring mounting system, supplied
MINIMUM MINIMUM as an optional extra (Fig.2). This system
100 mm
SLOPE
APPROX.
20 mm PER m minimises transfer of vibration into the
(1 IN 50) building structure.
OPEN
DRAIN
'U' TRAP
If a more rigid installation can be tolerated, INDOOR FAN SPEED cabling, trim any excess length to suit
then suspend the unit from four threaded The fan speed can be set to LOW, MED, or your location.
rods (not supplied) attached to the ceiling. HIGH - whichever best suits the application. 10. Fill around the interface lead with foam
Four 'L' shaped brackets are supplied on the If the air returning to the indoor unit is or cover hole with PVC tape to prevent
unit to facilitate this method. These brackets regularly expected to be above 50%RH, draft from wall cavity affecting control
must first be unscrewed, reversed and then the coil face velocity should be limited operation. Do not use aluminium duct tape.
resecured to enable rod attachment. to be 2.5 m/s or less (refer Air Handling 11. Secure the Wall Control body to the
graph in Technical Data pamphlet). mounting plate by replacing the locking
The unit has a built-in sloping drain tray,
screw removed earlier.
therefore mount it level. High humidity levels can occur in tropical or 12.Replace the ISD electrical box cover.
When finally positioned, tighten the lock subtropical conditions, and/or when heavily
nuts on the mounting rods from above and moisture laden fresh air is introduced. Select Remote Air Temperature Sensor/s
below the mounting flange to give a firm a fan speed that avoids water carry-over (option)
installation (see Fig. 3). problems. The air temperature sensor is by default
located in the Wall plaque. Optional remote
Condensate Drain air temperature sensors are available so that
The condensate drain should be trapped SAT-2 CONTROLLER the measurement of the room temperature
outside the unit cabinet. The trap should The following components are supplied in a can be taken away from the wall plaque,
have a vertical height of at least 50 mm. box taped inside the return air spigot: eg. elsewhere in the room or in the return
The drain should have a slope of at least 1. SAT-2 Wall Control plaque, including wall air duct.
1 in 50 and must not be piped to a level mounting plate.
2. 10 m interface lead (electrical box-to- Remote sensor's can be plugged directly
above the unit drain tray. (Refer Fig.4). into the Controller board (PCB). This
plaque).
For long condensate pipe runs, fit a vent 3. User's Operating Instructions booklet. board accepts up to four sensors which
pipe near the drain trap. The top of the vent 4. Lithium CR2032 battery (3V). are designated as 'zones' one to four. The
pipe must be at least 100 mm above the ISD first return air sensor will automatically
unit's drain tray. Optional replace the Wall Control sensor and should
1. Remote return air temperature sensor be located in the same room as the Wall
It is essential that the drainage system on lead; 5 m or 10 m. Control. The Controller will always use the
for the evaporator is checked by pouring 2. 20 m extended interface lead average of the zones selected. Refer to the
water in the drain tray and seeing that it (electrical box-to-plaque). separate installation instructions supplied
discharges at the end of the drain and does 3. ISD indoor unit–to–OSA outdoor with the PCB for further details.
not overflow the drain tray. unit interconnecting lead;
Ensure all remote sensor wires are run
Note: The built-in drain tray can be 12.5 m or 25 m; 7 core.
separately and away from main power
removed for cleaning (or fan access) by first 4. SAT-2 Zone Control PCB.
supply wires, including the interconnecting
removing the unit's base. 5. Zone Control 24V transformer.
cable.
6. Additional SAT-2 Wall Control plaque.
7. Infra red remote control.
INDOOR–OUTDOOR UNIT
Connections Installation SAFETY DRAIN TRAY
Refer to the relevant OSA Outdoor Unit The SAT-2 Controller PCB is supplied pre- The safety drain tray is best secured to the
'Installation & Maintenance' pamphlet for installed in the ISD unit's electrical box. ISD unit after the unit has been suspended
piping instructions. For wiring connections, in the ceiling, however it is possible to fit it
refer to the Outdoor Unit wiring diagram in 1. Isolate the ISD unit from power supply, before if circumstances make this easier.
conjunction with the ISD wiring diagram in then remove electrical box cover.
1. Unscrew the supporting brackets from
this pamphlet. 2. Remove the SAT-2 box supplied taped
their temporary shipping position, inside
inside the return air spigot.
the drain tray, and retain the screws.
3. Remove the Wall Control's interface
REFRIGERATION PIPING 2. The drain tray has pre-drilled holes
lead from this box and connect the bare
Pipe Connection Sizes (mm OD) & Type designed to align with the screws on the
wired end of the interface lead to the
unit. One at a time, remove a screw from
Liquid : 13 mm OD (1/2") sweat terminal block on the SAT-2 Controller
each bottom corner of the ISD unit and fit
Suction : 28 mm OD (9/8") sweat board (refer wiring diagram). Trace the
a bracket using the same screws.
remaining length of the lead to the Wall
The ISD is shipped from the factory with 3. Position the drain tray’s pipe exit so it is
Control's intended location.
a pressurised holding charge of nitrogen. at the same end as the ISD unit’s drain
4. Remove the Wall Control's backing plate
Immediately before removing any brazed pipe exit.
by using a small screw driver to remove
pipe connection's seal, reduce the holding the single screw at the bottom edge of 4. Supporting the drain tray from
charge to atmospheric pressure. the plaque. underneath, then secure the drain tray to
Warning: Failure to do so may cause injury. 5. Install the Lithium battery, supplied loose, each bracket using the supplied screws.
Refer to the Outdoor Unit 'Installation & positive (+) side up in the Wall Control's 5. Connect the drain pipe to a suitable drain
Maintenance' pamphlet for evacuation battery holder. line with an appropriate slope to allow
procedure and piping requirements. 6. Check the wall where the Wall Control free drainage. This drain line does not
plaque is to be located is flat before require trapping. Test the drain with water
Electrical WIRING
fastening the wall mounting plate. to ensure it clears safely.
The electrical supply required (via the
Outdoor Unit) is specified on the Outdoor Alternatively, the mounting plate can DO NOT let the ISD unit’s condensate drain
Unit's wiring diagram. be screwed to a standard wall socket exit into this safety drain tray.
mounted horizontally.
Electrical work must be carried out by a Note: Use low profile (mush) headed ISD/OSA Systems
qualified electrician in accordance with local screws to prevent contact with the PCB with Electric Heater BOX
supply authority regulations and the wiring board. Fixing the plate to a distorted Replace the systems external fuse with
diagram. surface may damage the control. the size recommended in the table on the
In a free blow or low resistance application, 7. Drill hole in wall to allow cable entry. Outdoor Unit's wiring diagram.
beware of exceeding the fan motor's full 8. Connect the interface lead's lugs to the
Wall Control board as per the wiring Note: Tandem indoor units with electric heat
load amp limit (refer Outdoor Unit's wiring may require greater fuse sizes on the power
diagram). diagram overleaf.
9. Ensure the interface lead is run supply.
Note: The SAT-2 Controller automatically separately and away from main DIP switch 2 on the SAT-2 Controller PCB,
switches the indoor fan off during de-ice, power supply wires, including the located in the ISD electrical box, must be set
therefore no additional wiring is required to interconnecting cable. When installing to 'On' (refer wiring diagram).
achieve this result.
COMMISSIONING MAINTENANCE WARNING
Indoor Unit Weekly For First Four Weeks This unit is designed for use ONLY with the
1. Check that the thermostat is 1. Check air filter (if fitted); vacuum clean as refrigerant HFC­-410A (R410A). The use
correctly wired and set at the desired necessary. of other refrigerants is NOT authorised or
temperature. 2. Check condensate drain for free approved by the manufacturer and may
2. Check that the air filter (if fitted) is clean. drainage. cause operational problems such as poor
3. Check that the fan runs freely without performance and efficiency, loss of capacity,
Monthly
vibration. degradation of materials and refrigerant
Check air filter (if fitted); vacuum clean as
4. Check condensate drain and safety leaks.
necessary.
drain tray for free drainage. The use of flammable or explosive
Six Monthly materials as a refrigerant creates the
Refer to Outdoor Unit Installation 1. Check condensate drain and safety drain additional risks of fire and explosion
Instructions in order to complete the start- tray for free drainage. which may result in property damage,
up and commissioning procedure for the 2. Check heat exchanger coil; vacuum or personal injury or death.
complete air conditioning system. brush clean as necessary.
Demonstrate the SAT-2 Wall Control to the 3. Check the tightness of the fan. Note
owner/user, after having first thoroughly 4. Check that fan motor is free running. The manufacturer reserves the right to
familiarised yourself with the User's 5. Check tightness of electrical connections. change specifications at any time without
Operating Instructions. This page is to 6. Check air supply at diffuser outlets. notice or obligation. Certified dimensions
remain with the owner/user. available on request.
This pamphlet replaces the previous
issue no. 2874 dated 04/08.
SAT-2 replaces SAT-1.

Fig. 5 SAT-2 Control Wiring


1.5, 6, 12 m or
25 m LEAD SAT-2
OPTIONAL ROOM WALL
REMOTE CONTROL
RETURN AIR
SENSOR
10 m or
OSA
20 m LEAD
OUTDOOR UNIT

ELECTRICAL
BOX

ISD INDOOR UNIT


Refer back page for
12.5 or 25 m LEAD
full wiring diagram.

POWER SUPPLY

Fig. 6 Application Considerations


Recommendations for Noise Isolation FLEXIBLE
- particularly for high static installations: CONNECTION FLEXIBLE CONNECTION
1. Avoid installing units, with non-ducted return air, directly
above spaces where noise is critical.
RETURN
2. Use flexible connections between unit and rigid ducting. AIR DUCT
3. Use generously sized acoustically lined ducts. SUPPLY UNIT
4. If generous duct size is not possible, use turning vanes on AIR DUCT (PLAN VIEW)
bends to reduce air turbulence (regenerated noise).
5. Use 90° bends in ducting to significantly assist in noise
reduction. TURNING
VANES
MINIMUM OF 1 m
25 mm INSULATED DUCT

FLEXIBLE CONNECTION

LINE SUPPLY DUCT WITH SPRING DO NOT ATTACH CEILING WIRES


ACCOUSTIC INSULATION MOUNTING TO OR THROUGH DUCT
FOR NOISE CONTROL SYSTEM
ALTERNATIVE
RETURN AIR BOOT
FOR SAME EFFECT
INSTALL INSULATED
NOISE ISOLATION
BOOT & FILTER WHERE
SOUND IS CRITICAL
SUPPLY AIR DUCT UNIT
DOUBLE LAYER OF
PLASTER BOARD

SUSPENDED CEILING
SUPPLY AIR RETURN AIR GRILLE LOCATED ALTERNATIVE FILTER LOCATION
GRILLE AWAY FROM UNIT TO MINIMISE WITH SWING OPENING GRILLE
NOISE TRANSMISSION FOR EASY SERVICING
08/08 Pamphlet No. 2336 © temperzone limited 2008